Tinbu Launches Spanish Language Interactive Stock and Finance Content Module

Tinbu, the Pensacola, FL-based provider of interactive data modules, has launched a Spanish language interactive Stock and Finance content module, which allows Spanish speaking Web site visitors to get updated market information as well as to keep track of their individual stock portfolios, including gains and losses for each stock owned as well as cumulative portfolio gains or losses. The new Spanish language Stock and Finance module can be viewed at this link http://tinbu.com/stock/spa.html.

Interactive features built into the Spanish language Stock and Finance module include, among others:

  • NASDAQ Composite Index
  • Dow Jones Industrial Average
  • NYSE Composite Index
  • Available in English and Spanish
  • Currency Exchange Rates
The Stock and Finance module is available to online Hispanic publishers with integrated search and revenue generation options and can be licensed as a stand alone content channel or bundled with any of Tinbu's other interactive Hispanic content channels; lottery, horoscope, weather, U.S. gas prices, flight tracking, recipes, swimsuit models, MPG analysis, international soccer, fitness videos, and celebrity entertainment.

Related Article:  General Market Content Aggregator Boosting Hispanic Operations


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