SHANGHAI (Nov. 23, 2005)âDow Jones Newswires, the worldâs leading independent, real-time financial news agency, today announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with China-based Wind Information Corporation (Wind Info) to provide China Capital Markets Service (CCMS)âa Chinese-language service containing real-time information and analysis on Chinaâs money and bond marketsâvia Wind Infoâs core information terminal Wind Net. Wind Info is Mainland Chinaâs premier integrated service provider of financial data and software.
CCMS, launched in November 2004, provides fast, detailed and sophisticated trading ideas, written by people with experience in the markets. It gives intelligence on the activities of market players, covers the statements and actions of financial policy makers, analyzes and forecasts Chinaâs monetary and fiscal policies, and reports on a wide range of economic news that can influence the markets. In addition, CCMS also provides real-time news and analysis on money markets and financial policy in Hong Kong, Taiwan and the top global markets such as the U.S. and Japan.
CCMS was first made available through one of Chinaâs leading trading terminals, Northern Star. Wind Info is the second distributor in Mainland China to provide this service.
"Wind Info is very pleased to partner with Dow Jones Newswires," said Zhou Li, chief executive officer of Wind Information Corporation. "With the incredible development of Chinaâs capital markets, CCMS as a cutting-edge, Chinese-language financial product will undoubtedly help local business professionals succeed in their trading activities."
"We are delighted to work together with Wind Info to better serve market participants in China," said David Fung, managing director of Dow Jones Newswires, Asia-Pacific. "CCMS is a unique service, specially developed for Chinaâs fixed-income market participants. It has everything they need to make profitable trading decisions."
CCMS will be available on a subscription basis to more than 1,500 customers of Wind Info, including securities firms, fund-management firms, insurance companies, banks and investment companies.