GMO CLICK Securities Unveils Internet TV Investment Channel For Traders

GMO CLICK Securities' new Internet TV aided by synergy with Daiwa Securities.

One of the leading retail FX brokerages worldwide by volume, Japan-based GMO CLICK Securities, today announced the launch of its GMO Click TV Investment Channel, set to go live July 12, 2016, as per an official update translated from Japanese.

The deal was structured based on an agreement made in April 2016 with a subsidiary of Daiwa Securities Group Inc, where video content will stream from Daiwa Internet TV, as explained regarding the planned product launch.

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Agreement with Daiwa Securities

As part of the new launch by GMO CLICK Securities set to go live next month, its new TV Investment Channel will cover topics related to major world markets, with commentary from a Daiwa Securities Group analyst, as explained in the company’s announcement and seen below.

Daiwa Securities Media Networks will perform the video production to deliver a ‘specialist report’ and related content for daily market news. GMO CLICK securities said that it decided to open up the video site to provide related investment content about financial markets.

The product was explained as being applicable for smartphone or tablet devices, where content can be viewed anytime and from anywhere, and will include common market information relevant to traders such as exchange rates and economic calendars.

A screenshot, seen below, accompanied a corporate statement from GMO Click Securities regarding the launch.

Source: GMO CLICK Securities
Source: GMO CLICK Securities

 

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