21 Jul 2024 05:00

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Thomson Reuters Launch The Saudi Now Application on Eikon

Thomson Reuters has launched a dedicated “Saudi Now” application on its flagship desktop product Eikon. The app provides financial professionals with comprehensive market and data covering current economic and market events in Saudi Arabia.

The launch was announced at the Future Investment Initiative (FII) organized by the Public Investment Fund (PIF) in Saudi Arabia. The app features intelligent information, analytics, charts and visual insights of various asset classes across the Saudi economy and markets. It offers clients an easily accessible desktop view of real time activity of the energy market in Saudi as well as comprehensive news, price and fundamentals coverage. In addition, the app provides premium content covering the energy section including weekly assessments of Saudi crude and fuel oil exports, analysis of crude oil flow by destination, and a weekly assessment of Saudi internal energy consumptions through internal flow and crude direct burn.

“Saudi Arabia is one of the fastest growing markets in the region,” said Nadim Najjar, Managing Director, Middle East and North Africa, Thomson Reuters. “As part of our vision to provide the best intelligence to our customers, we are launching the Saudi Now app at FII. The app is a one-stop location for market data, news, commentary, and analysis. It provides investors with unbiased and real-time access to the most comprehensive portfolio of Saudi news and data to help them make critical decisions.”          

Thomson Reuters Eikon is a powerful and intuitive next-generation open platform solution for consuming real-time and historical data, enabling financial markets transactions and connecting with the financial markets community. Its award-winning news, analytics and data visualization tools help its users make more efficient trading and investment decisions across asset classes and instruments including commodities, derivatives, equities, fixed income and foreign exchange.

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