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Data Broadcasting, Jack Carl in Online Financial Pact

Online financial firm Data Broadcasting Corp. Friday announced an alliance with Jack Carl Futures to provide a private-labeled version of its Internet financial market data service, Signal Online, to Jack Carl clients.

Terms of the agreement call for Jack Carl to offer its customers the private-labeled version of Signal Online at a pre-paid discount for $130 per month plus exchange fees. In addition, clients will be able to place trades directly through Jack Carl's Electronic Trading Center.

Signal Online provides continuous streaming real-time quotes for U.S. equities as well as futures and options data, limit alerts via pager, e-mail or cellular phone, headline tickers and detailed portfolio management functions.

"Jack Carl is pleased to join forces with the nation's leading provider of financial data," said Burt Meyer, president of Jack Carl Futures division. "We feel our clients will benefit tremendously from the wealth of information DBC provides."

"DBC is continually seeking partners who offer traders an advantage to their trading requirements and who help expand our reach to traders in the futures market," said Mark Imperiale, president of DBC. "We feel Jack Carl is that partner and has the expertise to offer day-traders the best in the industry."