Admiral Markets Strengthens Offering with Addition of Dow Jones Newswires

Clients can access the freshly deployed Dow Jones News ‎feature in their MT4 and MT5 terminals at no extra cost.

Admiral Markets, a multi-regulated FX and CFDs brokerage firm, has strengthened its offering with the addition of real-time market news and analysis by Dow Jones Newswires.

Admiral’s client will be able to access the freshly deployed Dow Jones News feature in their MT4 and MT5 terminals at no extra cost. The plugin will broadcast hundreds of sovereign news items per day, providing users with some of the most comprehensive news coverage available across markets.

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Admiral Markets’ offering has seen dramatic additions in the past few months. In addition to the Dow Jones’ app launch, the company has recently expanded its cryptocurrency contracts-for-difference (CFDs) to include Dash, Monero, and Zcash. The introduction of new instruments adds to its rapidly expanding suite of cryptos, following strong demand from clients over the past few months.

With the implementation of the Dow Jones News app, users on Admiral Markets’ network will gain access to news from several main media outlets – this includes Dow Jones Newswires, The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, and MarketWatch.

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More specifically, the app will include streaming news in real time, instant share functionality via chats, multi-lateral connectivity to Dow Jones newswire services, and expert analysis.

According to the company statement, having access to real-time financial news and analysis can be a competitive advantage.

Earlier this month, Admiral Markets UK released its financial report for the year 2017, which showed significant increases in year on year revenues and profits.

Admiral Markets finished 2016 with £3.49 million ($4.72 million) in revenue. At the end of last year, the broker earned total revenues of £5.51 million ($7.49 million) – a 58 percent year on year increase.

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