The Saudi Stock Exchange Now on Google Finance [Saudi Stock Exchange]
(Saudi Stock Exchange Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Google has signed an information license agreement with the Saudi Stock Exchange which allows the global technology and internet search engine leader to distribute delayed and historical data for the 160 companies listed on the Saudi Stock Exchange; the largest in the MENA region.
Internet users will now be able to access the information on Google Finance as well as through Google Search. The Saudi Stock Exchange is the first exchange in the MENA region, and is among more than 30 leading Exchanges in the world, to allow the dissemination of its data through Google Finance. The agreement is expected to enhance information about Saudi listed companies in the international arena.
Adel Al-Ghamdi, CEO of the Saudi Stock Exchange commented, "Google is one of the most renowned brand names the world has ever known. Since its establishment back in 1998, the company has continued to successfully break thorough social, cultural and physical boundaries to bring news, research and information to billions of users across the globe. It is for this reason that we are proud to welcome Google to our family of valuable authorized data providers. Indeed, we believe that Google Finance's proven track record in the provision of value-added data distribution will serve to meet the increasing international demand for information about the companies listed on our platform".
Maxim Edelman, Strategic Partner Developer Principal at Google said, "The addition of delayed quotes from the Saudi Stock Exchange will enable our users to better monitor market changes, manage their portfolios and track economic and financial developments in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia." He added, "Since the launch of Google Finance in 2006, we have worked hard to provide Google users with the best financial information and will continue to build on that".
For more information, please
Provided by SyndiGate Media Inc. (Syndigate.info).
(c) 2014 All rights reserved. Albawaba.com
[ Back To Technology News's Homepage ]