14 October, 2019 - CFH Clearing is adding news sentiment data tools and an enhanced multi-asset newsfeed to its platforms, delivered through news technology company, Acuity. CFH clients can access Acuity through its proprietary platforms, ClearPro and ClearWeb and through MT4 and MT5.
This latest development from the FCA regulated firm will enhance its clients’ trading experience, enabling them to spot changes in market sentiment and filter for news and events more effectively in order to identify trading opportunities. The news and data, provided by Acuity in partnership with Dow Jones, covers up to 2,500 of the world’s most popular markets including currencies, indices, commodities and stocks.
Paul Groves, Head of European Sales of CFH Clearing commented, “We selected Acuity following an in-depth assessment of the best newsfeeds and sentiment data tools on the market. The addition of Acuity will add further value to clients and provide invaluable information in a very clear and visual way, helping them to make informed trading decisions based on real-time data.”
Andrew Lane, CEO of Acuity adds, "We are delighted to be working with CFH Clearing. The combination of Acuity's news sentiment data and professional news from Dow Jones will offer a great trading experience for their clients in both English and Chinese languages."
Acuity’s news sentiment plug-in uses unique machine learning technology to reveal hidden insights from the text of millions of news articles, informing users through intuitive visualisations how positive the world is towards their favourite instruments. Whether traders use news sentiment to build their trading strategy or combine it with their current strategy, news sentiment can help all types of traders by freeing them from reading a range of information sources and providing an aggregated sentiment of the world’s financial media.
This latest development from CFH Clearing follows on from recent announcements about the extension of its multi-asset liquidity offering, with the addition of single stock CFDs and five new base metals, Aluminium (XAL), Copper (XCU), Nickel (XNI), Lead (XPB) and Zinc (XZN).
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