StoxPlus provides FiinPro® Platform for VietnamNews
In Hanoi, 14th Mar 2016, StoxPlus signed a co-operation agreement with VietnamNews, which is English newspaper of Vietnam News Agency that provides the latest and trusted information about Vietnam, region and the world.
In the framework of co-operation, StoxPlus provides data by (01) FiinPro® Platform subscription and training for reporters about economic information, market data, the best useful and effective way of analyzing data.
By subscribing FiinPro®, reporters of VietnamNews can use the terminal to gain access to the financial database of Vietnam including market/trading data (basic and level 2), corporate database of not only listed companies but more than 2000 public companies with aggregated revenue of approximately 70% of Vietnam’s GDP, industry data including monetary markets and macro data. Users can also use many basic and advanced functions and tools which are highly customized for Vietnam markets jointly developed by StoxPlus and QUICK Corp. (part of Nikkei Inc.).
“FiinPro® Platform is the first in-depth financial database platform for Vietnam, jointly developed by StoxPlus and QUICK Corp (part of Nikkei Inc.). It covers market/trading data including level II data, corporate data not only listed companies but more than 2,000 public companies (with total revenue accounting for nearly 70% of Vietnam's GDP), industry data and macro data. FiinPro® also provides basic and advanced analytics tools such as Stocks Analysis, Stocks Screening, Data Export in Excel and many other tools to support research analysts, portfolio managers, investment bankers, financial consultants and other financial professionals”
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