EDI Expands African Economic Database with Beta Client Feedback, Preps Options Corporate Actions Data


EDI chief executive Jonathan Bloch says AFED─which the vendor unveiled in May─is nearing the end of a three-month beta testing period with around a dozen clients that are providing feedback on the service, having originally developed it at the suggestion of an emerging markets trading desk at a major investment bank in South Africa that was seeing a lot of interest in African bonds, but found it hard to obtain reliable and up-to-date macroeconomic data.

AFED provides financial and economic data

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