Angel Broking Launches Angel Swift

Angel Swift is unique because it is simple to download and a user friendly application which runs on multiple devices, a robust tool that makes online trading seamless.

Angel Broking, the first movers in online and mobile trading have launched Angel Swift the mobile trading service for retail investors on tablets. The firm is India’s first broking house to offer its clients a unique mobile trading platform on tablets. This service enables Angel’s clients to select from the option of streaming and refresh mode to suit individual needs of bandwidth usage and helps them get the convenience of customized and multiple market watch and the facility to monitor historical charts, stock portfolio, latest stock price and other stock details. The service empowers techno savvy and gadget enthusiast clients to connect to the markets anywhere at any time and make crucial investment decisions on the go.

Angel Swift is unique because it is simple to download and a user friendly application which runs on multiple devices, a robust tool that makes online trading seamless. Customers can use the same login credentials as that of online trading and also view orders / trades executed from online platform. It gives them an option to trade in NSE Cash, NSE F&O, BSE Cash, MCX, MCX – SX and NCDEX and supports multiple advanced tablets.

Special features and highlights include freedom to trade in multiple exchanges, single account linked to mobile/tablet trading and online trading platform giving user the convenience to access multiple online trading products with same user id and password and facility to monitor and manage order book, trade book, net position, funds view and stock portfolio.

Speaking at the launch of Angel Swift on tablets, Angel Broking’s Vinay Agrawal, executive director, equities broking, said: “Mobile trading is quickly becoming recognized as an essential tool for risk management -especially in volatile markets where fast and convenient accessibility to the trading platform could be the crucial difference between making a profit and taking a loss. At Angel we believe in innovation and realized that there was new breed of investors and traders waiting to trade at the convenience of their time and place – using latest technology. We had analyzed that a trading application on tablets will soon be the need of the hour. Angel Swift is the result of that need and we are proud to announce that Angel Broking is the first to launch this service on tablets. This service will provide access and trade in stock market, Intuitive usability and risk management tools no matter where you are through Wi-Fi or 3G connectivity.”

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Anil Kumar Gupta

5 years ago

Suggest latest mobile phone for angel swift till Rs.6000

McNally Bharat bags orders worth Rs104 crore

McNally Bharat Engineering has received orders from Jhabua Power, Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) and West Bengal Power Development Corporation, the company said in a filing to the BSE.

McNally Bharat Engineering said it has bagged orders worth Rs104 crore from three firms, including Neyveli Lignite Corporation.

McNally Bharat Engineering has received orders from Jhabua Power, Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) and West Bengal Power Development Corporation, the company said in a filing to the BSE.

The Rs 15.49 crore order secured from NLC involves the operation and maintenance of the lignite and lime stone-handling system at the company's BTPP unit for a period of three years, it said.

The Rs 78.90 crore project was received from Jhabua Power.

The order from West Bengal Power Development Corporation for renovation work at the Santadih Thermal Power Station was worth Rs 9.95 crore, the statement said.

In the late afternoon, McNally Bharat Engineering was trading at around Rs57.30 per share on the Bombay Stock Exchange, 4.95% up from the previous close.

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Punj Lloyd bags Rs113 crore project from ONGC

Punj Lloyd has been awarded a contract for construction of Naptha Feed Pipeline from Hazira to Dahej including associated terminal works by ONGC.

Engineering and construction firm Punj Lloyd said it had bagged a project worth Rs113 crore from Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) for construction of a pipeline in Gujarat.

"Punj Lloyd has been awarded a contract for construction of Naptha Feed Pipeline from Hazira to Dahej including associated terminal works by ONGC," the company said in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange. The project is scheduled to be completed within 14 months, it added.

In the late afternoon, Punj Lloyd was trading at around Rs40.30 per share on the Bombay Stock Exchange, 5.91% up from the previous close.

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