S&P Global Adds Machine-Readable Data Tool for SEC Filings

The service will be released through its Market Intelligence unit. The same unit will also launch a new data platform in May.

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New York-based data provider S&P Global Market Intelligence has released Machine Readable Filings, the fourth product within its Textual Data suite. The tool cleans and parses data from US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulatory filings to generate machine-readable text, on which users can then apply natural language processing (NLP) to look for directional indicators of how companies are faring amid the Covid-19 outbreak.

Machine Readable Filings covers about 35,000 companies and

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