- Voice-controlled Skill gives traders access to a range of useful content
- Users are able to receive the latest market data, analyst tweets, articles and commentary
- CMC Markets is the first online broker to offer this service to traders, currently available on all Amazon home assistant products
The voice-controlled CMC Markets Skill provides users with the latest CMC Markets news headlines, articles, analyst tweets and market data, ensuring that users remain informed and stay on top of the latest market trends. CMC Markets is the first provider to offer on-demand insight through Alexa home assistant products.
Using the voice command “Alexa, open CMC Markets”, users can also access the latest spreads and price change percentages for five of the most frequently traded instruments on CMC Market’s Next Generation platform.
The CMC Markets Skill provides traders with a way of accessing relevant information in an effective and convenient way. The impact of up-to-date information on decision making has never been more important, and it is crucial that financial traders and investors receive the insight that they need to stay ahead of the curve.
David Fineberg, Group Commercial Director, commented: “Our daily lives are becoming more and more centred on processing large volumes of information, as well as how we utilise the resources at our disposal. The CMC Markets Skill provides traders with a new and convenient method of staying informed and up to date, and crucially makes consuming large volumes of information more manageable.
“At CMC Markets we recognise the power of technology, so we continue to invest in a range of services to be a leader in this space. This is why we have taken proactive steps to ensure that we are the first trading company to fully utilise the potential of this software. We are excited by how traders are engaging in the digital age, and the CMC Markets Skill we have developed is part of our ongoing strategy to enhance the overall experience of our clients by providing them with the information they need, when they need it.”