Google has added more real-time stock market data to Google Finance, now onwards, in addition to NASDAQ data, Google shows, real-time, last sale prices from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). If you use iGoogle, add the Google Finance portfolio gadget to your homepage, and monitor all your NYSE and NASDAQ traded stocks in real time throughout the day. And if you’re on the road with no access to a computer, real-time, up-to-the-second price quotes from these two exchanges are available from your mobile phone as well.
From NYSE press release:
“NYSE Realtime Stock Prices will provide investors with free, immediate and easily accessible information, without requiring them to complete any administrative forms or contracts. We are excited to partner with Google and CNBC, two great names in the information space, to offer this useful data to the public,” said Ronald Jordan, Executive Vice President, Market Data.
“Providing real-time market data on Google Finance is an important step towards helping investors make more informed and timely investment decisions,” said Marissa Mayer, Vice President of Search Products and User Experience. “Access to real-time financial information has traditionally been limited to investors with brokerage accounts and other users via subscription fees. We are pleased to be making this information freely available to all of our users on Google Finance, Google.com and other Google search properties.”