Amana Capital partners with Trading Central
Beirut , October 24, 2012
Amana Capital, a leader in the Middle East in the online trading sector, has announced a partnership with Trading Central, a leading signal provider of specialized technical and financial analysis and forex signals worldwide.
The partnership falls directly in line with Amana’s vision of offering simplified trading experience to traders in the region, said a statement.
“Being a worldwide trusted technical analysis provider, Trading Central would further simplify the trading experience of our traders and give them detailed insight on the forex changes on a regular basis in Arabic and English,” said Ahmad El-Khatib, CEO of Amana Capital.
Trading Central is an award-winning investment research provider to financial market professionals with proven experience on trading floors. Trading Central is trusted and relied upon by more than 100 leading global financial institutions worldwide, the statement said.
Amana Capital's core business is to cater to clients from the Middle East. With this partnership, the traders of Amana Capital can now benefit from:
• Analytics and reports about FX, commodities, indices, and futures
• Wide range of technical analysis reports based on a variety of technical indicators.
• Multiple trading scenarios from a technical perspective covering multiple time frames which suit short, medium and long-term traders.
• Multi-lingual reports from Trading Central on Amana Capital website
Current traders with Amana capital can simply login to their account and benefit from the service whereas new traders can benefit from this service through creating an active account with Amana Capital, El-Khatib said. – TradeArabia News Service
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