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The multi-asset broker Rakuten Securities, subsidiary of the Japanese holding Rakuten Inc. announced it is launching a video news service, called “Rakuten Securities Market News”.
The 2-minute segments will start airing on April 4. They will feature reports from the information service of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) trading facility TSE Arrows each trading day. The market commentary will air at noon and in the afternoon, after the morning and afternoon sessions. The video will be available on the website of the broker and on its trading platforms Marketspeed and the mobile app iSpeed. The bulletins will be also available on demand, in partnership with the Stock Voice YouTube channel.
Tokyo-based Rakuten Securities is a multi-asset broker, which product portfolio includes diverse trading instruments, including more than 40 currency pairs, options, futures, commodities, stocks and bonds. It was the fourth-largest in Japan in 2015, in terms of retail forex trading volumes, on a non-consolidated basis, and second in terms of equities volumes, according to the notice.
Last year Rakuten it acquired FXCM Japan and FXCM Hong Kong from the US forex broker Forex Capital Markets (FXCM). The two former FXCM subsidiaries are still operating under its brand and use its trading system, but in April this year the Hong Kong branch will be rebranded as Rakuten Securities Hong Kong Ltd.
Rakuten Inc. is a holding company and its subsidiaries are active in a number of internet-based businesses, including finance, retail e-commerce, travel, e-money, and internet banking. It is listed on the Japanese stock exchange.