January 18, 20111
DJ FX Trader, combining news from Dow Jones Newswires and The Wall Street Journal with technology from the company's Financial Markets business, will offer "exclusive news, analysis and real-time opportunities to help customers better direct their market and currency trading strategies," Dow Jones said in a news release.
product offers access to breaking FX news ahead of the broader
market and other exclusive content," the company said. "DJ FX Trader
is a key addition to Dow Jones's portfolio of FX trading products,
which includes several FX-specific wire and commentary services."
News Corp. owns Dow Jones, which is the publisher of The Wall Street Journal.
"The House of Medici made money from foreign exchange—in our age, it will be Dow Jones," said Robert Thomson, editor in chief of Dow Jones and managing editor of The Wall Street Journal. "We will provide market-moving news and alerts, unique statistics and incisive commentary backed by the full weight of our news organization and supported by high-speed delivery technology. Currencies were once merely a measure, but they are now a global asset class."
Dow Jones is seeking to benefit from the explosion in global currency trading, which recently hit $4 trillion a day and is projected to more than double to $10 trillion by 2020, according to UBS AG. Institutions spend more than $1.7 billion annually for foreign-exchange news and information, according to a Burton-Taylor International Consulting LLC study, Dow Jones said.
"We are leveraging our scale, our editorial and our technology to deliver highly relevant, high-value news and data to specific audiences," said Les Hinton, chief executive of Dow Jones.
"With our history of providing trusted information and analysis to the financial and FX communities, choosing this fast-growing asset class was a natural next step," Mr. Hinton said.
The core of DJ FX Trader will be breaking news and analysis from 2,100 Dow Jones journalists in 90 bureaus world-wide, including 100 journalists dedicated to covering news vital to foreign-exchange markets.
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