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New year, new look and even better functionality!
Today we launch the newly updated Yahoo Canada Finance site, redesigned to offer a more modern and unified platform across all devices. It will continue to provide exceptional access to real-time data, editorial insights and analysis, breaking news and engaging videos.
With the new design, all of this is even easier to access, and it can be custom tailored so that you receive all the news you need about the companies that matter to you.
Here are the highlights:
Front and Centre Navigation: The navigation is now always at the top, making it easy to find from any page and freeing up room for a wider, richer content experience via the infinite news stream.
Custom Watchlists: Your watchlists and portfolios are combined into a customizable dashboard. Add symbols, check the price and percentage change, and more. Click edit to customize to your liking.
Curated News Stream: The news stream is more up-to-date than ever, curated by our Finance editors and tailored to offer you comprehensive finance news that matters to you most.
A Better View: For any quote, see more with interactive charts and key performance summaries or dig deeper for in depth data and related conversations. Get real-time access to your watchlists right from the quote page.
Richer Data: Stay ahead with comprehensive market data right at your fingertips.
Interactive Charts: View and share full-screen charts, and quickly compare different symbols using your watchlists.
New data visualizations in the right rail provide a quick company performance summary, while a new “View Watchlist” button allows you to see your stocks on any quote page without navigating away. And instead of 15 fixed headlines, we’ll now offer an infinite stream of content on the quote page, with related articles grouped into clusters, similar to the homepage.
With this makeover, we’ve created the ultimate finance experience that emphasizes excellent content, communities, and utility for users. Visit Yahoo Canada Finance today to see for yourself!