S&P buys ChartIQ to bolster charting, analytics capabilities

ChartIQ’s former owner, Finsemble, will continue to focus on building out its desktop integration business.

S&P Global has acquired ChartIQ, the HTML5 charting library of Charlottesville, Virginia-based Finsemble Inc. (formerly Cosaic, see box below), for an undisclosed sum. The deal was made to bolster the charting capabilities of its Capital IQ Pro desktop workstation and to make the ChartIQ charts available as added data visualization tools to customers of its broader data products.

S&P has already created beta versions of some new charting pages within Capital IQ that incorporate text analytics

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