Dow Jones has launched of the Dow Jones Korean Language Service, providing foreign exchange (FX) news to financial institutions and FX trading portals that want to broaden the range of services they offer Korean-speaking currency investors and traders.
This is the first Korean language service offered by Dow Jones and brings the number of local-language services published by Dow Jones Newswires to 11, including Japanese and Chinese. The Dow Jones Korean Language Service is designed to be a key tool for banks, FX portals and solutions providers that want to provide their customers with Korean language news and information about the FX markets.
The service includes news about major currency pairs, market roundups, key economic indicators, and streaming Dow Jones Market Talk commentary on currency market activity, including expert views on market direction. This new service is delivered in XML format for maximum integration flexibility.
“Serving our readers in their first language is a key component of our growth strategy in the Asia-Pacific region,” said Christine Brendle, managing director, Asia-Pacific, Dow Jones. “By delivering selected news and information in a range of local languages, we can enhance our users’ experience and aid their trading decisions.”
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