Monday, July 17, 2006

Yahoo Finance gets a face-lift

CNET "Yahoo Finance was set to get a face-lift on Monday with new interactive stock charts, improved message boards and business-related video clips from content partners.
In addition, Yahoo is offering Internet publishers the ability to easily add a stock chart, quotes and news headlines to their Web site.
The new Yahoo Finance beta site features a full-screen application that lets people add events--such as whether a company has had stock splits or dividends--with one click, see competitor charts, click and drag to customize a chart's time range, and type in specific dates.
Yahoo Finance message boards also will provide more information on postings, as well as the ability to rate messages and sort and filter messages based on ratings. Discussions appear as threaded conversations under topics as opposed to being listed chronologically. "

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