Equiti Group Ties with Acuity Trading to Enhance Market News Tools
Multi-asset brokerage, Equiti Group is enhancing the market research tools offered to the trades with a three-way partnership with financial technology firm, Acuity Trading and market news provider, Dow Jones Newswires.
Announced on Tuesday, the partnership was inked to enhance the supply of market news to the traders on Equiti.
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The press release shared with Finance Magnates highlighted the benefits of the AI-driven solution of Acuity, which will help traders in building market strategies. Acuity Trading uses proprietary NLP technology to provide market sentiment data to brokers and investors.
Commenting on the partnership, Iskandar Najjar, CEO at Equiti Group, said: “Equiti is paving the way in the online trading sector through its approach to embracing new technical processes and technology. Our clients are increasingly incorporating non-traditional data in their investment and business strategy decisions. We’re committed to helping them extract high-value insights from those datasets faster, through innovative technologies and sophisticated models like those developed by Acuity.”
Enhancing Client Experience
With its presence around the globe, Equiti is a major brokerage services provider. Its CFDs offerings span from forex to commodities and indices to stocks. Recently, one of the subsidiaries of the group strengthened its offerings by deploying Lucera LumeFX’s FX aggregator.
“Equiti strives to set new standards for the industry on a global scale. The company works to establish new partnerships in new markets and demonstrates its ability and commitment to providing traders and brokers across the world with access to market-leading products,” said Andrew Lane, CEO of Acuity.
“Our visions for the future of financial technology are aligned, and we look forward to collaborating both in terms of innovation and growing our services to offer world-class trading tools and technologies.”
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