UBS Warburg has launched FX KeyNews in the UK. It provides clients, via SMS messages to their mobile phone, with several bulletins a day detailing focused information on key developments in the currency markets. The service is already used by 2500 clients and is available free of charge to all UBS Warburg clients. Clients based in countries unable to receive SMS messages are sent e-mails. The service, for institutional, corporate and private clients, provides full coverage of global markets from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., or partial coverage of either the European or American market as required.
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