The vendor completed the technical integration of the earnings calendar at late last year, and the data will go live on the platform Monday, Jan. 20. The integration will support the back-testing and quantitative analysis activities of its customers by enabling them to view earnings data alongside end-of-day prices, company and product information, corporate actions and trading volumes already available on the platform, says Louis Lovas, director of solutions at OneMarketData.
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