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Hi all,

Could anyone advise me on a good news alert website/ app i.e. one that promptly sends breaking financial news straight to my device please? I don't mind paying for it but a free one would also be nice. 

I don't think IG do this right?

I currently use MSN Money, and although they publish the news fast, they don't send alerts out. 

Any info would be much appreciated.

Thanks, Rob

 

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Hi, thanks for the info. Yes it is an old school layout isn't it.

Really looking for news alerts to be sent to my device as opposed to me having to check for news updates every 5 minutes

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