The new tool, called Market Impact Report, gives users the ability to analyze the direct connection between the disclosure of corporate information and the subsequent stock activity of publicly traded US companies listed on the markets NYSE, NASDAQ, and OTC.
Market Impact Report provides users a single report including analysis of major capital variables.
Data analysis includes benchmarks against three self-selected peer companies, as well as activity levels in the days that there are no news.
The complete report can be easily shared by IR and PR team.
This tool will show you all the articles that have been published by the business community and the media, the share price at the time of the article, the change of the share price at the time of the article and the volume of trading on the stock exchange at the time of publication of the article.
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