Stockbrokers may be wise to sell mobile and switch to iPhone
9 December 2010 — 7:33 PM
Stockbrokers and other financial workers might wish to sell their mobile phones and instead buy Apple iPhones, after the release of a brand new app.
Barclays Stockbrokers has launched the special tool, designed to offer help and information to contracts for difference traders and spread trading experts.
Those who run the app on the revolutionary handset will be able to buy and sell while on the move, with the latest prices updated throughout the day.
Paul Inkster, head of product at Barclays Stockbroker, says: "Our clients will be able to access the same markets as they can on our online trading platform and with 12,000 markets available, there is now no reason to miss a trade."
Users are advised the feature can be downloaded for free from Apple's popular iTunes App Store.
Electricpig.co.uk recently nominated its top iPhone apps, including the likes of Rock Band Reloaded and Viber on its shortlist.
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