Max summarizes the highlights of the May issue of Inside Data Management.
Joanne Faulkner investigates changing attitudes towards ESG investments, and the resulting growth in demand for ESG data.
Since buying the BRAIS index and analytics suite from Barclays last year, Bloomberg has been hard at work creating an integrated platform for data, analytics and indexes, while developing plans for expanding the indexes. Joanne Faulkner reports on the…
Bureau van Dijk’s platform will be integrated into Moody’s Analytics’ suite of risk management solutions.
Benchmark will provide price information for the dollar-yen rate during Japanese trading hours.
The new index series will be calculated and disseminated in real time from June 1.
The new index will appeal to investors seeking alternative index strategies, SGX officials say.
The Bats-FactSet Brexit 50/50 indexes precede the British prime minister officially invoking article 50 on March 29.
The new indices, Brexit High 50 and Brexit Low 50, will measure the impact of Brexit on UK Companies.
The collaboration will produce new European indexes for blue-chip companies, giving investors access to relevant benchmarks and related market data at a lower cost.
Former CME exec Smith will head the business area that licenses FTSE Russell's indexes for the creation of derivative products.
With the addition of Fitch, SS&C now offers ratings data from the 'Big Three' ratings providers.
The FactSet Global FinTech Index is designed to provide an equity benchmark for investors to measure and track the performance of companies engaged in financial technology.
Bond issuers and investors will now beable to access DBRS ratings and research within the Overbond platform.
The expanded offering includes a range of pan-European country indexes, ahead of further expansion scheduled to take place over the coming months.
Can Morningstar's decision to make more than 100 benchmarks available free of charge shake up the index licensing business?
ESMA plans to more closely supervise rating agencies' pricing policies, in response to what user firms say is a lack of transparency.
FTSE Russell has launched the new indexes in response to "growing demand" for underlying ESG parameters and for "smart sustainability" indexes.
Thomson Reuters will calculate the rate according to methodologies linked to the IOSCO principles for calculating benchmarks.
Thomson Reuters' Debra Walton explores the benefits of incorporating diversity data factors into company analysis.
The deal will provide underlying data for the creation of new FTSE Russell indexes, and adds to LSE's data and analytics capabilities.
The exchange aims for its commercial policies to position its indexes against long-established incumbent providers.
Officials say derivatives based on the indexes will provide a direct way to invest in volatility.
Members of the project's advisory council say indexes are a top-five data cost, yet factors such as switching costs and brand recognition deter them from changing suppliers.