Money.Net Taps Wall Street Horizon for Event Data

The vendor says clients are increasingly looking for datasets that deliver signals of volatility around a company's stock price.


Under the agreement, Money.Net clients will have access to Wall Street Horizon’s datasets covering dividends, stock splits, IPOs, earnings releases, earnings conference calls, buybacks, mergers and acquisitions, shareholder meetings, analyst days, secondary offerings, index changes, quarter-end dates, and “witching days.” In addition, Money.Net also plans to roll out a dividend analysis feature as well as company events and earnings calendars in future releases.

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