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Accuity Offers Sentiment-Based Research Terminal on MetaQuotes Platform

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Acuity Trading, a provider of AI data-driven trading tools, has released a sentiment-based research terminal, essentially a news data solution based on MetaQuotes MT4 and MT5 trading platforms. The terminal augments existing services offered on MT4 and is the

springboard for Acuity’s services on MT5. Users of the terminal on MT4 or 5 can access financial news, calendar, sentiment data and Acuity’s unique AI-driven Market Alerts tool in a single expert advisor. By integrating the terminal product with the platforms, traders are able to conduct trade research within the platforms. The terminal also includes the ability to launch trade tickets.

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