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- - Thomson-Reuters Institutional Holdings (13F) Database provides Institutional Common Stock Holdings and Transactions, as reported on Form 13F filed with the SEC. This database is formerly known as CDA/Spectrum 3 4 database, and contains ownership information by institutional managers with $100 million or more in Assets Under Management (Section 13(f) Securities).
- - IBES was created over 30 years ago to provide both summary and individual analyst forecasts of company earnings, cash flows, and other important financial items, as well as buy-sell-hold recommendations. In 2000, I/B/E/S was integrated with Thomson Reuters / First Call. Hundreds of articles that use I/B/E/S data have been published in the Journal of Finance, Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Portfolio Management, Journal of Investing, Financial Analysts Journal, and many others. Today, many academic projects focus on the applications and effects of earnings expectations data, with increasing attention being paid to other forecast measures, such as revenue, price targets and cash flow. The importance of research in this dynamic field is confirmed by the current roster of 1700 academics from 450 universities in 32 countries, who rely on Thomson Reuters data and services to validate their unique investment theories and observations.
Insider Filings (IFDF)
- - Designed to capture all U.S. insider activity as reported on Forms 3, 4, 5, and 144 in line-by-line detail. In addition, a unique cleansing process is used by Thomson Reuters that adds value by making systematic interpretations on the accuracy of as-reported data and inserts “cleansed” fields for comparison. A cleanse code is also included to denote the overall level of confidence in each record. Additionally, the Insider Filing Data Feed includes performance calculations revealing which insiders’ prior trades have been most predictive of subsequent stock returns.
- - Thomson-Reuters Mutual Fund Holdings database provides security holding information for all registered mutual funds that report their holdings with the SEC, plus 3,000 global funds. Reported securities include all NYSE/AMEX/NASDAQ, Toronto, and Montreal common stocks. This database is formerly known as CDA/Spectrum, and is often referred to as Spectrum 1 2 for ownership information by registered Investment Companies or Domestic Mutual Funds.
- - WRDS-Thomson Reuters LPC DealScan is the world’s pre-eminent source for extensive and reliable information on the global syndicated bank loan market. It provides users with access to Thomson Reuters LPC’s robust database of detailed terms and conditions on over 240,000 loan transactions. These transactions finance M&A activity, working capital needs and other general corporate purposes for loan participants world-wide. Dealscan sources include regulatory filings, bank submissions and journalist contributions, and it is considered the premier loan market deals database.
- For an overview of the Dealscan database, please see the video tutorial in the E-Learning section of the WRDS website (email@example.com).
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