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Google announced that it has added five new stock exchanges to Google Finance, further bolstering its international market offerings. Google has now added the BM&F Bovespa (Brazil), Borsa Istanbul (Turkey), The Stock Exchange of Thailand, SIX Swiss Exchange and Wiener Borse (Austria). “We want you to have the world’s financial data at your fingertips,” says Google Finance product manager Greg …
Google announced today that it has added three new stock exchanges to Google Finance, which will make some followers of international markets happy. Google has added Singapore, Korea and Israel stock exchanges, as well as the Chicago Board of Exchange index values (VIX). “Even better, Singapore Exchange stock market data is available in real time,” says product manager Karolina Netolicka. …
Google announced the addition of realtime quotes from Canada and Taiwan to Google Finance today. “Here at Google, we get excited by bringing our users relevant information at blazing speeds. So, why would we want to make users wait 15 minutes to see what trades are being made?” writes engineer Mark Schmit on the Google Finance blog. “Instead, we’re continuing …
Google has added multiple sign-in to Google Finance. This means users can now use more than one Google account in the same browser session to access Google Finance.
Google has launched a new mobile version of Google Finance for Android and iPhone. This offers nearly all the same features and functionality as the desktop version.
Yahoo Finance has long been a flagship product of sorts, earning praise and generating huge traffic numbers. Now, to perhaps help Google Finance make up ground, Google’s effectively opened the floor to suggestions, seeking product ideas (and votes on product ideas) from anyone who’s interested.
It’s possible to make hundreds, thousands, or even millions of dollars in a few minutes. It’s also possible to lose tons of money in a short timespan, however, and this is even more likely to happen when someone’s dealing with outdated information. So from now on, news stories will be streamed on Google Finance as they’re published.
If you happen to know any Google Finance users, have pity on them – they’re probably feeling a bit disconcerted (and not just because the Dow’s down 254.16 points). Google Finance is testing some new site designs, and feedback so far has been less than positive.
Watching stock quotes trickle in after the market closed has always been a strange experience. We can thank Google for making it a thing of the past, as real-time NYSE quotes are becoming available.
Here’s hoping you’re not one of those people who make minute-to-minute stock trades; it’s hard to imagine how much blood pressure medication they must consume. Yet financial nuts and casual investors alike should enjoy Google Finance’s new real-time quotes for NASDAQ stocks.
Finance junkies have probably noticed by now; even the fast-paced world of tech news is slow for people who spend all their time hitting "refresh." Still, the existing Google Finance sites have received an overhaul, and Google Finance China has launched.
Playing second fiddle to Yahoo isn’t a position that Google finds itself accustomed to these days, as the company clearly has Yahoo trumped in the realm of search. Finance, however, is a different story for Google as it has struggled to compete with Yahoo in this particular niche.
It’s been nearly nine months since Google launched its finance site upon the Internet world, and it still has yet to make so much as a dent into Yahoo’s lead in this particular market.