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FinData launches new sharemarket chart service

FinData launches new sharemarket chart service

Wednesday 26 November – Today FinData announces the launch of its new free stock charting service, giving other publishers the ability to embed professional financial charts into their websites or newspapers. Journalists or bloggers can quickly and easily build a custom graph of any financial instrument and copy the graph into their article/blog.

The new chart service makes it easy to build a 15 year graph of the oil price, NZ Dollar, or any other financial data in your own custom color scheme, font size, etc.

With nearly 40 technical indicators the new charting service has everything to please even the most advanced technical chartists.

Next time you write an article about a company, commodity, currency or an Index, you can now easily include a great looking stock chart.

FinData's stock charts are free, easy to embed with a short snippet of code that you paste into your website.

Try it out - create your own stock chart at

Serious investors trust FinData’s stock charts to provide them with the competitive edge when investing. For more than 10 years, findata has been the leading provider of professional stock charts and quotes to the investing community. With powerful portfolio management, latest news, blogs, discussion forum, charts and quotes from more than 19 exchanges worldwide, findata is your one-stop shop for investing.

FinData ( is New Zealand’s premier investment website providing the latest news and share market information from around the world. No other New Zealand website provides a more in depth view of share prices, foreign exchange or commodity prices. With over 73,000 registered users and 163,000 unique visitors FinData’s investment community is second to none. FinData has more than 20 years experience in delivering professional charts and quotes to the financial community.

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