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This fintech app reads Donald Trump's tweets for you

25 January 2017

Gareth Mann, CEO of, talks about how the app will monitor the U.S. President's Twitter feed to alert users on potential stock outlooks.

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20 January 2017

The financial landscape today is poised to change, bigly, as Donald Trump will be sworn in as the next President of the United States. In doing so, markets will now have one additional barometer to follow, i.e. Trump’s twitter feed, which has been the source of much attention and publicity over a long campaign.

UK-based fintech group has engineered a new app that is helping generate trade alerts for stock shares, which will move on Trump’s social media comments. Trump’s Twitter feed has regularly featured a litany of companies, more importantly providing clues directly into the mind of the man himself.

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Tech firm creates Trump monitor for stock markets

19 January 2017

Just in time for his inauguration, London-based fintech firm is launching an app that will generate trading alerts for shares based on comments made on social media by Donald Trump.

Keeping one eye on the U.S. President-elect's personal Twitter feed has become a regular pastime for the fund managers and traders who invest billions of dollars daily on world stock, currency and commodity markets.

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UK Tech firm creates Trump monitor for stock markets

19 January 2017 chief Gareth Mann said the Trump signal generator used artificial intelligence technology to differentiate between tweets or other messages that, for example, just mention Boeing and those liable to move markets.

"It is impact analysis," he said. "We can let you know when Trump tweets. We can let you know when he mentions a particular stock, or when he mentions a stock and a country. But if he just says he's riding on a Boeing 747 the system will do nothing."

Crean monitor de Trump para los mercados bursátiles

19 January 2017

Justo a tiempo para su toma de mando, la empresa de tecnología financiera, con sede en Londres, está lanzando una aplicación que generará alertas para acciones basadas en comentarios de Donald Trump en redes sociales.

Mantener un ojo en la cuenta personal de Twitter del presidente electo se ha vuelto un pasatiempo regular para administradores de fondos y operadores que invierten miles de millones de dólares diariamente en mercados bursátiles, cambiarios y de materias primas de todo el mundo.

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