Live Squawk offers a real-time audio news feed service, providing real time analysis and market commentary of breaking news and the release of economic data. Commentators and analysts monitor major newswires, television channels, news websites, blogs and social media platforms providing the flow and headline news on the major markets, via an internet based audio service.
Live Squawk broadcasts 24 hours a day from London, Monday to Friday (except for selected public holidays). Commentary covers all the main asset classes, including equities, fixed income, FX and commodities.
Please note: Live Squawk analysts only speak when necessary, putting key market moving news headlines in context and providing a heads-up ahead of releases of key economic data.
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Speed Live Squawk delivers up-to-the-second live coverage of ‘just breaking’ market-moving news, selecting only the most relevant headlines and broadcasting them faster than any other service to you a competitive edge.
Experience With over one hundred years of collective experience amongst their senior staff. Live Squawk is always available to offer information and analysis, and draw on a vast list of external contacts to provide information you will not hear elsewhere.
Audio Traders’ eyes are usually fixed on their screens; the only sense under-utilised is their hearing. If you are making a trade, a ‘heads up’ for significant news events and our ability to vocally stress the importance of the news has proved invaluable to customers.
Interplay In the current financial crisis, markets have become highly correlated and are almost entirely driven by news, not fundamentals. Live Squawk’s analysts are able to anticipate movement in a particular market having observed how other asset classes react to a particular headline, thus alerting you before the market has even moved.
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