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FinancialContent adds TSX data to Studio platform

04 November 2005  |  1778 views  |  0 Source: FinancialContent

FinancialContent, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: FCON), a leading provider of financial data and business applications to online media and financial services companies worldwide, announced today that it has begun offering Toronto Stock Exchange data through its Studio 3.5 platform.

"We have identified an opportunity to expand our product offering into the Canadian markets," said Wing Yu, CEO of FinancialContent. "As always, our goal is to add data sets as needed to increase our market share both domestically and internationally."

FinancialContent's Studio 3.5 content management solution provides online media and financial companies with a comprehensive suite of tools that allow seamless integration of market data into industry-standard web service platforms.

The initial product includes intraday and historical TSX & TSX Venture data, with the addition of detailed company profiles planned for early 2006.

"We are responding to pent-up demand for expanded data coverage," explained Mark Dierolf, VP of Technology. "We want client firms operating outside of the United States to discover the industry's most powerful internet platform for the management of financial data and tools."

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