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Refinitiv Wealth Management to power Trading Central’s Market Buzz platform


Refinitiv has reached a strategic agreement with Trading Central for the provision of Reuters digital news and Refinitiv analytics capabilities to Trading Central’s news portal, TC Market Buzz.TC Market Buzz is a news curation application for Wealth Management firms helping to modernise and differentiate digital investor portals by tackling information overload and focusing on the delivery of a consolidated view of news trends ‘beyond the noise’.

The addition of Reuters news to power TC Market Buzz provides retail traders and investors with the information to make informed decisions. TC Market Buzz will offer flexible combinations of applications and components to help investors access a holistic view of securities’ performance such as fundamental, economic, technical and sentiment analytics.

Refinitiv’s news and analytics capabilities will be delivered via Refinitiv Knowledge Direct API, a scalable and seamless digital delivery platform that provides access to cross-asset content, news and insights.

Olly Stevens, SVP Product Director at Gain Capital Group, says: “Our clients want to see what is being talked about in the market and read the best quality content that is driving those conversations. Combining Refinitiv’s news products with Trading Central’s Market Buzz tool was an obvious solution for us.”

Joe Mrak, Global Head of Wealth Management at Refinitiv, says: “We’re pleased to be able to serve the Wealth Management industry’s need for reliable and consolidated news and analytics. TC Market Buzz’s innovative natural language algorithms cut through all of the news clutter and provide great insight for investors looking to keep abreast of critical market drivers in a digestible and easily accessed format. Our agreement with Trading Central will facilitate that.”

Jerome Favresse, Managing Director at Trading Central Labs, says: “Through the power of Artificial Intelligence, TC Market Buzz helps traders read less but know more. With the addition of Reuters news via Refinitiv Knowledge Direct API, we will be able to meet the demands of our highly sophisticated global customers, for example surfacing user-relevant and fact-checked stories on buzzing topics, in all the languages we cover”.

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