ESignal introduces CME wireless e-quotes service

Source: ESignal

ESignal, a division of Interactive Data Corporation (NYSE: IDC) and a leading provider of streaming, real-time financial market data, news, analytics and decision support tools to professional and individual traders, today announced that it has developed a customized streaming quote, charting and news package for Chicago Mercantile Exchange (NYSE, NASDAQ: CME), one of the world's largest and most diverse financial exchanges.

The new service, called CME E-quotes Wireless, is a tailored version of eSignal's QuoTrek, which has been customized to meet the needs of CME users. This collaboration between eSignal and CME is another example of eSignal's success in establishing relationships with a number of leading financial marketplaces, stock exchanges and online portals who are marketing customized versions of eSignal's offerings to their customers under their own brands.

"Staying connected to the markets is essential to any trader and being in front of a PC is not always possible," said Robin Verderosa, Senior Director, Product Management of eSignal. "We are very happy to offer CME's users mobile access to tools they can use to make informed financial decisions anywhere and anytime."

"We are committed to delivering new and innovative tools for our customers to access our market data," said Brian McElligott, CME Director, Information Products. "Offering mobile access gives our customers a dynamic, new way to view their investment portfolios from a broad range of popular mobile devices, regardless of location."

CME E-quotes Wireless features:

Quote/Portfolio Window - The quote / portfolio window on your handheld lets you view 2 portfolios of 15 symbols each, and you can add symbols right on your mobile device

Charts - Streaming charts that display real-time data in a line, bar or candlestick chart

CME E-quotes Wireless and its desktop companion support a broad range of intervals: 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 15, 30, 45 and 60 minutes, as well as daily, weekly and monthly charts

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