LONDON (14 September 2004), Dow Jones Newswires, the world’s leading independent provider of real-time business and financial news, today announced that it has secured a contract to supply Poland’s BRE Bank with its "Economic Report" service. BRE Bank is one of the top corporate banks in Poland providing a comprehensive range of products and services to corporate, institutional and retail clients.
BRE Bank’s foreign-exchange and fixed-income interbank traders can now access real-time news from Dow Jones Newswires covering the global economy and the international foreign-exchange and fixed-income markets. "Economic Report" is available to BRE Bank’s traders via vendor terminals, including those of Reuters.
"Economic Report" delivers comprehensive news to dealers, economists and financial advisers who require a multidimensional picture of the factors influencing the flow of money, global business and world economics. It also provides briefings, analysis and commentary from Dow Jones Newswires as well as content from other Dow Jones publications, such as The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, SmartMoney and the Far Eastern Economic Review.
"As a primary player in the Polish financial market, we are delighted that BRE Bank has chosen this service from Dow Jones Newswires," said Mike Bergmeijer, vice president, international sales and marketing, Dow Jones Newswires. "With access to commentary and analysis from a team of 850 real-time journalists around the globe, we are confident that our service will play a pivotal role in the bank’s trading decisions."
"The macro and microeconomic research provided by Dow Jones Newswires’ ‘Economic Report’ will be an important resource for us as we continue to grow our business," added Malgorzata Ciesielska-Stefanczyk of BRE Bank.