Saxo Bank Unveils NewsEdge Service as it Swaps Out Dow Jones Feed

As its Dow Jones news service was ended yesterday, Saxo Bank today debuted NewsEdge.

Saxo Bank has today rolled out NewsEdge, replacing its Dow Jones news service which was discontinued as of yesterday, as the company starts July with a new product for traders who consume fundamental, technical and geopolitical news relevant to financial markets.

NewsEdge is a free service that aggregates content from numerous providers, as explained by Saxo Bank in an update from its Cyprus office.

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The service aims to provide a more tailored approach with news relevant for traders, compared to the company’s prior solutions, as NewsEdge provides various segments that traders can subscribe to as part of the offering.

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NewsEdge categories

NewsEdge features macro, corporate and equities news, and then provides more focused segments such in forex, commodities, futures, bonds, and even a central banks category. In addition, the new feature provides a regional news service with local coverage across 11 regions in their respective languages.

Finance Magnates recently reported on new changes made to the leadership team at the brand’s Switzerland-based operations, following other senior promotions in recent months, as the bank looks to reposition itself into the second half of the year and following a wild end to June due to the Brexit.

The new NewsEdge feature can be seen below in a screenshot of the SaxoTraderGO platform from within the news and research section.

NewsEdge Source: Saxo Bank
NewsEdge
Source: Saxo Bank
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