Qatar Exchange boosts Web site data services

Source: Qatar Exchange

The Qatar Exchange is pleased to announce enhancements to data services provided through its website.

Real-time updates to the orderbook of each QE listed stock are currently available via the Market Watch service at Investors have access to the best bid and ask and depth of order book, and with this enhancement as of October 1st, market depth will only be available to registered users of the website through a simple registration process. Trade data and other market statistics will not require users to login to the Market Watch application.

The move brings additional security and robustness to market data services via the QE website. Marketwatch is a sophisticated low latency market data monitor allowing investors full price transparency throughout the trading day. Each and every bid, ask and trade is displayed in real-time, appearing milliseconds after entry or match within UTP.

Registration may be done online and activation is immediate. Utilizing a single login, investors will have uninterrupted access to the full orderbook of any stock they may be trading or monitoring. The secure portion of the website brings additional services such as Statement of Accounts and My List portfolio service. Note that users who had previously registered at the QE website will continue to see Orderbook data automatically.

Investors are urged to swiftly register prior to the implementation of the enhancements on October 1st 2013.

Jassim Mohsin Bukashisha, Director of the Information Technology Department in QE said: " These enhancements improve the services available via the registration only portion of QE's website. Marketwatch and in particular the orderbook data is an indispensible tool used by investors across the MENA region". "The change brings additional security to this facility and has been implemented in a way that allows users to very quickly register and retain use of real-time orderbook updates. ", he added.

This follows the release of a number of data initiatives over the last year, all designed to provide transe transparency and tools to effectively evaluate the market' 

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