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OANDA enters into a partnership with TradingView

OANDA announced that it has started cooperation with TradingView. The concluded agreement will allow clients of both companies in the UK and the European Union to conclude transactions directly from the charts available on the website using an account on the OANDA platform.

OANDA’s COO Kurt vom Scheidt said the company has sought over the years to join forces with leading platforms such as TradingView, which offers one of the most impressive advanced charting web applications on the market today. He also expressed hope for further development of cooperation in the future.

Pierce Crosby, CEO of TradingView, confirmed that his company is committed to giving the global trading community what they need. He paid particular attention to the best and complete tools, encouraging the sharing of trading ideas, connecting data from all over the world and enabling trades to be concluded through brokers.

TradingView’s social platform is used by over 15 million of traders and investors worldwide. It is powered by real-time data and market-leading analytics software. Through the platform, users can track global assets, search for trading opportunities, communicate with others, observe trends and trade directly with brokers.

Author: Izabela Kamionka

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