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The screens at the TMX Broadcast Centre in Toronto show the TSX’s closing numbers up 32.42 points on July 11, 2012. (Matthew Sherwood for The Globe and Mail)
The screens at the TMX Broadcast Centre in Toronto show the TSX’s closing numbers up 32.42 points on July 11, 2012. (Matthew Sherwood for The Globe and Mail)

Globe Investor Tips

Real-time streaming quotes for the TSX and other major exchanges Add to ...

This month, Globe Investor highlights some of the best features of our website with Globe Investor Tips. Look for a new tip every weekday at tgam.ca/globeinvestor-tips.

Did you know Globe Investor users can monitor the S&P/TSX index, Canada’s main stock gauge, as well as the TSX Venture exchange index, in real-time?

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This vital information on other sites, including Yahoo, Bloomberg, MSN and the Financial Post, carries at least a 15-minute delay. Globe Investor users also have access to live streaming quotes from the major U.S. exchanges and currency markets.

The major indexes are displayed prominently at the top of the Globe Investor home page. You can also view them on the markets page, where more detailed real-time info can be found on sectors and key stocks that are moving. Or, simply add them to your Watchlist and see only the live-streaming quotes that are of interest to you.

Globe Investor users can monitor trading in several key overseas markets. We’ll soon be unveiling more international indexes, as well as an enhanced user experience for displaying the quotes on the investing home page.

Seconds count in the investing world, and Globe Investor gives a need-to-know audience the edge they need.

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