The Nasdaq OMX Group has launched a mobile web version of Nasdaq.com, which draws about 2.4 million unique visitors per month.
Nasdaq is the first major stock exchange to offer free access to information on all web-enabled mobile devices and smartphones. At mobile.nasdaq.com, users have access to real-time stock quotes, breaking news, charts, commentary and features such as Guru Analysis, which empowers users with simulated investment philosophies of several world-renowned investors.
“Investors now have instant access to a wealth of market information on Nasdaq.com from any location,” said John Jacobs, executive vice president, Nasdaq OMX. “This is another step in our continuing efforts to meet greater demand for timely information and to promote market transparency.”
The mobile edition of NASDAQ.com is powered by mDog.com, a comprehensive destination for mobile search, mobile web browsing, and mobile blogging.
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