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Saxo Bank launches new tool for multiple instrument analysis



​Saxo Bank, the multi-asset online trading and investment specialist, has launched a new Comparative Studies feature in the chart module on the SaxoTrader for both desktop and web platforms. Comparative Studies is an analysis tool to seek advantage from a pairs trading strategy as it allows Saxo Bank’s clients to perform correlation, ratio and spread analysis on any two instruments, at the same time. This provides them with an instant and detailed overview, helping them to make better-informed trading decisions. 

Kim Cramer Larsson, Charting Product Manager at Saxo Bank, says:
“At Saxo Bank, we pride ourselves on our dedication to our customers and the constant improvements we make to our p​​roducts. It is more important than ever for us to stay ahead of the curve and differentiate ourselves from the rest of our competitors in the market, by anticipating the needs of our client base. This is a useful new feature which enables our clients to perform complex analysis on our platforms.” 
This new feature is available now and can be found under the ‘Studies’ menu in the chart.
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About Saxo Bank 
Saxo Bank is a leading online trading and investment specialist, offering private investors and institutional clients a complete set of tools for their trading and investment strategies. A fully licensed and regulated European bank, Saxo Bank enables clients to trade FX, CFDs, ETFs, Stocks, Futures, Options and other derivatives via three specialised and fully integrated multi-asset trading platforms; the browser-based SaxoWebTrader, the downloadable SaxoTrader and the SaxoTrader app. The platforms are available in over 20 languages and are white-labelled by more than 100 major financial institutions worldwide. Saxo Bank also offers professional portfolio and fund management as well as traditional banking services through Saxo Privatbank. Founded in 1992, the Saxo Bank Group is headquartered in Copenhagen with 23 local offices throughout Europe, Asia, Middle East, Latin America, Africa and Australia.

Tuesday, 05 Mar, 2013 / 10:14

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