EasySoft, a stock market software provider, is to enter the UK market with the launch of Market Mast...
EasySoft, a stock market software provider, is to enter the UK market with the launch of Market Master 2000 in September.
The stock market charting software integrates multiple stock exchanges into a unified database, which enables users to chart shares from different national and international stock exchanges and draw comparisons on a single screen.
Market Master 2000 is supported by EasySoft's internet data service, which downloads data from various stock exchanges worldwide on a daily basis.
Adrian Morris, managing director at EasySoft, said: 'Currently we download software from the London Stock Exchange, Johannesburg Securities Exchange and the Australian Stock Exchange and will soon be downloading the New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq and Amex data.
'It allows any share in the world to be located and charted. Watch lists comprising of shares from different exchanges can also be grouped together for recall and comparative analysis.'
The product will be available from mid-September 2001 and costs £275 excluding VAT.
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