Wall Street Horizon Expands International Corporate Events Research Dataset
Woburn, MA, May 27, 2015 – Wall Street Horizon, provider of single-stock event research data for institutional investors and traders, today announced the expansion of its international dataset to include more than 20 corporate event calendar types and an average daily coverage of more than 18,400 international events.
Wall Street Horizon’s International Earnings and Event Calendar averages over 18,400 tradable corporate events per day, which represents a 25% increase in coverage, across approximately 6,000 companies and 91 countries. This comprehensive calendar includes over 20 corporate event types, for example: final, interim, quarterly and special dividends, earnings conference calls, analyst meetings and press conferences.
“Institutional traders are starved for more international data – and they need to be armed with every facet of corporate event information whether it’s Banco Santander’s AGM/EGM/Shareholder’s meeting or Panasonic’s press conference,” said Bruce Fador, president and chief commercial officer. “Recent independent academic studies that used our data have shown that changes in corporate events can affect market volatility therefore it’s critical to expand our reach to include a more comprehensive global dataset.”
Wall Street Horizon’s international dataset augments the US and Canada Earnings and Event Calendar. The company also provides the industry’s most reliable data on ETF calendars, EPS actuals, dividend and split calendars, shareholder meetings, analyst days and investor related events.
About Wall Street Horizon
Wall Street Horizon provides institutional investors and traders with single-stock event data, including earnings calendar, dividends, and corporate events. With access via machine-readable feeds, low-latency alerts and intra-day updates, the company's data is widely recognized for its unmatched accuracy and quality. For more information, please visit www.WallStreetHorizon.com.
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