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ChartIQ now available in Thomson Reuters Eikon

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ChartIQ, a specialist in HTML5 financial charting for capital markets, has launched a fully integrated app in Thomson Reuters Eikon, a platform for consuming real-time and historical data, and connecting the financial markets community.

App Studio in Eikon allows third parties to build their own apps that sit within the Eikon desktop, powered by Thomson Reuters and other data, and to make them available to Eikon users.
ChartIQ is focused on building HTML5 financial charting and data visualisation tools for capital markets applications. Owing to the flexibility of its technology and the open capabilities of Thomson Reuters Eikon, users can now access this beautifully designed and feature-rich charting directly in Eikon. Traders will benefit from the intuitive navigation, high-performance interactions and more than 100 technical indicators and drawing tools. The ChartIQ app is a complete technical analysis toolkit.
“Thomson Reuters Eikon allows us to deliver the power of our charting to users around the world, inside their existing workflow,” says Dan Schleifer, CEO of ChartIQ. “Traders and investment professionals can now leverage the rich set of real-time and historical data available in Eikon, with ChartIQ’s advanced charting and visualization features for better pre-trade analysis and decision support.”
Thomson Reuters is working with financial institutions, third party vendors and other developers around the world to bring new and innovative applications to the Eikon user community.
“By fusing together innovations from across the financial industry with the power of Thomson Reuters Eikon, we’re changing the way financial professionals work,” says Albert Lojko, global head of desktop, Thomson Reuters.  “The addition of ChartIQ to the growing list of third party apps in Eikon further demonstrates the trend in our industry towards open, collaborative systems as the drivers of future success.”

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