TradingView Expands Stock Screener to Cover Wider Range of APAC Markets

TradingView's stock screener has added seven new exchanges in Europe and APAC to its feeds.

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.

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