TradingView, the online web based charting provider, has announced a newly expanded stock exchange suite for its stock screener, which covers a total of seven exchanges across four countries, according to a TradingView update.
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TradingView’s charting tools, data, and market analysis cover a wide range of assets – previously its stock exchange coverage was confined to only eight venues, a number that has nearly doubled with its recent update. Market participants will now be able to garner information and screening stocks for the following exchanges:
- BME – Bolsa de Madrid – Spain
- ASX – Australian Securities Exchange – Australia
- NZX – New Zealand Exchange – New Zealand
- FSE – Fukuoka Stock Exchange – Japan
- NAG – Nagoya Stock Exchange – Japan
- SSE – Sapporo Stock Exchange – Japan
- TSE – Tokyo Stock Exchange – Japan
The update is important as it will grant new insights into several notable exchanges, with the exception of BME, and a more comprehensive focus into Asia-Pacific (APAC) markets. Global markets have been pointed upwards since the election of Donald Trump – nowhere has this been more apparent than in the US.
However, the Antipodean and Japanese markets have also been experiencing an uptick of activity, along with a strong performance in recent months. Improved tools into the charting and analysis of these markets will be instrumental to market participants’ understanding in 2017.