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Sunday, April 22, 2007 

Google Finance

Google has entered the finance info field - and brought with them some very fancy features, all with a nice UI: AUD to USD. The graph is draggable, grab it and move back into the history - or click the '1y', '5y' links. News items are plotted on the graph, and scroll into view as you move back through the history. The viewable area is expandable, by dragging the edge of history window under the graph. View a stock graph - GOOG - compare the history with another stock by clicking the compare button.

Feature request: a 'permalink' - so I can send someone a link that would take them directly to the 5 year history of the Australian Dollar, or directly to a comparison of GOOG and MSFT.