Retail FX broker Markets.com, part of FTSE 250 group Playtech PLC (LON:PTEC), has announced the launch of ‘Live Sessions’, a new in-platform live streaming service aimed at keeping traders around the world up to speed with what’s going on in the markets with unique insights and analysis from a wide range of trading experts.
To mark the official launch of the service Markets.com is hosting a special interactive live debate on the future of central banks featuring a number of respected market commentators. Chief market analyst Neil Wilson and client experience head Frazer Campbell will be joined by banking expert Frances Coppola; economist Lena Komileva and City veteran Michael Ingram for a lively discussion of everything that traders and investors need to know about central banks.
Markets.com traders can watch live for free in the platform and ask the panel questions online as the event takes place.
‘Central Banks: The Next Moves Investors Must Watch’ takes place live on Thursday October 18th at 14:00 (BST). Hosting this event will be award-winning former BBC Radio 4 Today presenter Nigel Cassidy.
Following the launch there will be regular monthly live debates with panels as part of the Live Sessions package, running in tandem with the regular daily live streams in the platform.
Joe Rundle, CEO of Markets.com, says the service will aim to provide unique analysis and insight and act as a powerful decision-making tool for traders and investors:
We will be offering a unique product for traders around the world. We’re a global company, available in over 50 countries, we want our live sessions to reflect this. The way people are consuming information is changing, and Markets.com is at the forefront of this in the world of trading.
Market analysts are live on the Markets.com platform for the European and US opens, share their trade of the day, cover any key economic data and give daily platform tips. The live sessions also feature interviews with key influencers and investors. The Live Sessions programme is led by Neil Wilson, Chief Market Analyst at Markets.com, and by former Sky News Producer Lea Jakobiak.