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Posted by on Jun 2, 2012 in Applications | 0 comments

Spain: The banking crisis and the risk premium takes the phones

Spain: The banking crisis and the risk premium takes the phones

Reality takes the phones, that is nothing new. What is new is that people choose to install mobile applications that will inform the evolution of the economic problems plaguing Europe and, specifically, those who play Spain.

IBEX

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A note of ABC talk Droid application, a development of Hexahis offered the option to save data on the properties of the user financial and keep up on the Spanish stock in real time. Similarly, with IBEX Droid can know the price of major raw materials and added industry news.

But the most interesting about this app is definitely the Recommendations tab which suggests the user to buy or sell shares and at what price do so, all based on the performance of the shares in recent days.

BLOOMBERG

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The choice for those who want to invest in the stock, but not in an app, Bloomberg could be: is the free service for smartphones with which you can follow the closing of all bags, performance of government bonds and developments in the currency market.

COUNTRY RISK

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The much played “risk premium” also takes place in the app store. Developed for Android and Country Risk name, this app allows you to query real-time behavior of the in 25 countries: Austria, Australia, Germany, Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland, France, UK, Greece, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Sweden and the United States.

If you do not worry worry, download the free app in the Google Play and know immediately if we do worse, or if, conversely and from now on, things began to improve.

Is it a good idea to download the application? How would it affect our daily real-time to be looking in every breath or rattle the market?

Link: Invent an application to keep the risk premium on the mobile. (ABC)

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