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Trading.co.uk catches Mercedes’ parent company's emissions investigation hours before major news sources

Trading.co.uk alerted users to the news of Mercedes-Benz' owner, Daimler, opening an internal investigation into emissions. Early morning Friday April 22, 2016 (UK & Europe time), it emerged that Daimler, the parent company of the Mercedes-Benz marque, said that it is conducting an internal investigation of its certification process for diesel exhaust emissions in the United States, at the request of the Justice Department. Trading.co.uk’s Pulse measurement originally alerted users to an unusual amount of activity around Daimler at 12:30am (CEST). The platform also monitored for more shifts in activity and alerted users throughout the morning to the shifts in the Pulse measurement. Read on

trading.co.uk spots Marc Bolland's resignation before the markets react

When Marks & Spencer's CEO, Marc Bolland, resigned his post, it didn't come as a shock to many. The markets were quick to react, with shares in M&S jumping upon open. However news outlets were slower, with many reporting the announcement after the markets opened. But what if you could have seen the news long before the markets could react and major media outlets reported it? We show how trading.co.uk did just that for its users. Read on

trading.co.uk alerts users to Howard Stern's five year deal with SiriusXM before major media outlets

When Howard Stern renewed his contract with SiriusXM, the company's stock bounced back from a drop earlier in the month. But it wasn't until hours after the announcement that the majority of media outlets began reporting the news and it was too late for many to make their move. But what if you could have seen the news hours before the majority of the market had a chance to react? We show you how you could have been one of the first to see the news, with trading.co.uk Read on