eSignal Enhances Quote.com with International Features and Upgrades Mobile Quote.com to Include Custom Stock Watch Feature New International Start Pages for Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Singapore and Spain Added to Existing U.S. and UK Choices. On-the-Go Investors Can Now Create and Maintain 'Watchlists' on Quote.mobi. Tuesday May 08, 2007 08:15:17 EDT HAYWARD, Calif., May 08, 2007 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- eSignal, the desktop solutions division of Interactive Data Corporation (NYSE: IDC) and a leading provider of streaming, real-time financial market data, news, analytics and decision-support tools for professional and individual traders, today announced major enhancements to its premier web-based global financial portal Quote.com(R) and an upgrade of Mobile Quote.com. Quote.com (www.quote.com) now offers users an optional international start page for Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Singapore or Spain, in addition to the existing choices of a United States or United Kingdom start page. These country-specific financial portals are designed to give active investors access to each country's major domestic markets and deliver region-specific financial news supplied by COMTEX, AFX and RTT News. Mobile Quote.com (www.quote.mobi) offers stock, futures, Forex and mutual fund quotes, including world market data, business news and charts using any cell phone, PDA or Smartphone with access to the Internet via a wireless carrier or WiFi Hotspots. In addition to keeping on-the-go investors abreast of market-moving data at all times, this new version enables road warriors to select and maintain five "Watchlists" of up to 10 trading symbols each and to use a chart-interval feature for economic analysis. A currency calculator allows users to make foreign exchange rate calculations using Quote.com Forex currency rates. The calculator includes the seven most-traded currencies: U.S. dollar, Canadian dollar, euro, British pound, Swiss franc, Australian dollar and Japanese yen, and also includes the Mexican peso, Russian ruble, Hong Kong dollar and Singapore dollar. "We are very pleased to announce these improvements to Quote.com and Mobile Quote.com," said Chuck Thompson, president of eSignal. "As interest in the global financial arena expands, active traders need dynamic access to detailed financial information on specific securities, regardless of where those securities may trade on a global basis. With 40 percent of the overall Quote.com user base located outside of the United States, developing country-specific start pages is a fundamental way we can customize our content to meet their needs. Also, since investors can't always be in front of a computer, our intention is to give them easy access to worldwide financial data through their mobile devices so that they can make well-informed market decisions whenever and wherever they need to." Quote.com Features: -- Quote.com offers data from major worldwide exchanges including the Australian Stock Exchange, Toronto Stock Exchange, Shanghai Stock Exchange, Euronext Paris, Xetra, Hong Kong Stock Exchange, National Stock Exchange of India, Stock Exchange of Singapore, Madrid Stock Exchange, London Stock Exchange, and many more, as well as news, commentary, analyst recommendations, alerts and free newsletters. -- Separate sections of the site are dedicated to financial quotes, market data and business news for the UK, China, France, Spain, Germany, India, Canada, Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong. -- Using any browser, cell phone, PDA or Smartphone, traders can access delayed stock, futures, Forex and mutual fund quotes, and business news and charts via Mobile Quote.com anytime, nearly anywhere. Users also can set "Watchlists" and use a chart-interval feature to monitor specific investment opportunities. -- RagingBull.com is a leading financial social networking site and is part of the Quote.com family of sites. RagingBull(R) offers traders a place to post and read messages, track trading discussions and keep up with the latest trading news and commentary.