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This article was published on July 12, 2013

Google Finance now displays stock exchange data for Brazil, Turkey, Thailand, Austria, and Switzerland

Google Finance now displays stock exchange data for Brazil, Turkey, Thailand, Austria, and Switzerland Image by: Oleksiy Mark
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Google has announced that it’s adding data for five more stock exchanges to Google Finance, its dedicated portal serving up business news and headlines.

The five in question are:

  • BM&F Bovespa (Brazil)
  • Borsa Istanbul (Turkey)
  • The Stock Exchange of Thailand
  • SIX Swiss Exchange
  • Wiener Borse (Austria)

This takes Google Finance up to more than 40  stock exchanges from around the world, and is in addition to its mutual fund data, indexes and currencies.

Google Finance was first launched back in 2006, and as well as displaying real-time financial data from the world’s markets, it also reels in information and articles from other Google products, including news and blogs.

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