BSE launches Sensex mobile streamer
Moneylife Digital Team 09 March 2010

The BSE has launched its Sensex mobile streamer, a platform that would allow investors to access streaming Sensex data at their fingertips

The country's premier bourse, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), on Tuesday launched its Sensex mobile streamer, a platform that would allow investors to access streaming Sensex data at their fingertips.

The facility will also help investors make critically-timed trades.

"BSE is proactively making available the critical information to investors on their mobile phones free of cost. We look forward to adding more features and functionality improvements over the coming months," BSE's managing director and chief executive Madhu Kannan told reporters.

The mobile streamer can be accessed on the BSE's website. The software is easily downloadable on GPRS-activated SIM cards and Java-enabled handsets.

The Sensex mobile streamer was launched in the presence of Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev.
 

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