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Google Finance gets redesigned, finally dumps Adobe Flash

Google has announced that the Web chronicle of Google Finance is getting a redesign. The new stock-tracking interface will essentially live in Google Search, where a new “Finance” add-on should be popping up shortly as a hunt type. The existent google.com/finance site will shortly start redirecting to this interface, too.

Just like the stream Google Finance, you’ll get batch prices, chronological graphs, and news. A few Google Finance facilities aren’t making the cut, though, namely the portfolio facilities and the ability to download chronological data. There is still a “my stocks” underline that lets you keep an eye on favorite stocks, but there will no longer be a page for your transaction story and stream holdings.

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