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Dow Jones & Company Live with Global Data from SIX Telekurs

Global news and business information leader Dow Jones & Company has selected SIX Telekurs as a preferred provider of market data and other financial information. Dow Jones’ key financial publications and websites, including The Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch and Barron’s, will carry market data delivered by SIX Telekurs.

SIX Telekurs’ normalized streaming market data feeds from exchanges and other financial institutions around the world are now a key source of financial market data in The Wall Street Journal. Finance professionals using the specialized business analysis and charting services available on MarketWatch will benefit from the accuracy and reliability of SIX Telekurs’ international portfolio of pricing, corporate and financial instrument information.

News and business information providers must cover new markets as they develop and offer information on additional financial products as they become available to investors. Maintaining an accurate service requires access to detailed local market knowledge and SIX Telekurs meets this challenge with a global network of financial experts based in 23 countries.

Christopher McCullough, Executive Director of Dow Jones’ Market Data Group said, “Throughout the implementation process we have been continually impressed with the dedication of SIX Telekurs’ team. They were able to seamlessly marshall resources from the US, the UK, Switzerland, Singapore and Poland in order to keep the projects moving and meet our deadline.”

Thomas Gross, SIX Telekurs’ Chief Executive Officer summed up the company’s feelings by saying, “We are extremely pleased at the vote of confidence Dow Jones has given us by choosing SIX Telekurs as their preferred financial information provider, and we are proud to work closely with one of the most respected names in global news and business information. This cooperation will enable finance professionals to access our comprehensive data services through Dow Jones’ key financial publications and online news portals.”

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