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Interactive Data Launches New Weekend Pricing Service for Middle Eastern Exchanges

Interactive Data’s Pricing and Reference Data business has introduced a new weekend market close pricing service for 13 Middle Eastern and North African exchanges. The service, which is available via Interactive Data’s FTS securities administration tool, provides end of market prices for the exchanges in the region where trading occurs during weekends, explains Bob Cumberbatch, European business lines director for the vendor.

“This new service is a direct response to a growing need from clients around the world for weekend market close pricing,” says Cumberbatch. He adds that the vendor has also been focused on growing its Middle Eastern client base.

The exchanges covered by the new service comprise: Saudi Stock Exchange, Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, Bahrain Stock Exchange, Dubai Financial Market, Nasdaq Dubai, Abu Dhabi Securities Market, Doha Securities Market, Amman Financial Market, Kuwait Stock Exchange, Muscat Stock Exchange, Cairo & Alexandria Stock Exchange, Palestine Stock Exchange and Dhaka Stock Exchange.

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