Global broker Eightcap with alternative data pioneers, Acuity Trading
February 9, 2023
By Acuity Trading
Eightcap, a global CFD broker has announced a new partnership with Acuity Trading, a trusted provider of alternative data and trading technology. The combination of Eightcap's experience and reputation in the industry, and Acuity Trading's cutting-edge data and AI capabilities is set to benefit traders around the world.
The strategic move will see Eightcap offer its clients an enhanced trading experience through access to Acuity’s economic calendar and cutting-edge news sentiment data which offers sophisticated trade execution capabilities, allowing Eightcap clients to take advantage of anticipated price movement and unique trading opportunities in the market.
“With this new partnership in place, Eightcap is now even better equipped to meet our customers' needs when it comes to making informed trading decisions. We’ll be leveraging the power of Acuity’s technology to improve our operations and customer engagement”
Alex Howard, CEO Eightcap:
“With this new partnership in place, Eightcap is now even better equipped to meet our customers’ needs when it comes to making informed trading decisions. We’ll be leveraging the power of Acuity’s technology to improve our operations and customer engagement”
Eightcap customers will have access to Acuity’s Economic Calendar which fuses event data with news and news sentiment data to provide unique market insights. The Calendar is packed with features to improve the trading experience enabling them to make well-informed trading decisions with more speed and confidence.
“We’re excited to integrate our new technology and innovative products with Eightcap to ensure that their clients’ trading experience is intuitive and insightful.
“Eightcap places a lot of emphasis on their client experience which is why our tools are a great fit for their clients”, said Andrew Lane, CEO of Acuity. “Our visualisation of calendar and news data is designed to help traders of all levels manage the volatility associated with economic announcements much more effectively.”