S&P Brings Over 3,000 Financial Reports to ResearchPool

S&P Capital IQ coming to ResearchPool
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Research providers are crucial to the ResearchPool platform and we are constantly adding new providers and their insights. We now have over 12,900 financial reports and 32 research providers on the platform.

To help investors keep up with all the latest developments at ResearchPool and find the research providers with exactly the expertise and coverage they are looking for, today we are delighted to highlight and welcome a new provider on our platform.

Standard & Poor’s

Leading American financial research and services company Standard & Poor’s Financial Services LLC (S&P) has begun distributing research on ResearchPool. A division of McGraw Hill Financial, Standard & Poor has brought over 3,000 financial research reports on stocks and bonds to the platform. S&P is known for its stock market indices such as the U.S.-based S&P 500, the Canadian S&P/TSX, and the Australian S&P/ASX 200. S&P is considered one of the Big Three credit-rating agencies.

Global Financial IQ

S&P Capital IQ and SNL is a leading provider of data, research and analytics to global financial clients. Joined in September 2015, the combination of S&P Capitcal IQ and SNL provides investment professionals with deep industry coverage and robust data and analytics to help them make more informed decisions and gain sharper insights.

A leading provider of multi-asset class, unrivaled data, delivered in real time through innovative platforms with insightful analysis, S&P is constantly evolving and looking beyond what is to what could be, because that is what it takes for financial professionals to succeed.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.

S&P’s most recent investment report covers Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. and is available for purchase on a pay as you basis:

Relatively high competitive advantage maintained globally in its mainstay businesses, including thermal power generation systems and commercial aviation Strong customer base, reflected in its engagement in projects important to Japanese government policies in the fields of defense, space, and social infrastructure Improved profitability thanks to success in overhauling its portfolio of businesses and concentrating on mainstay businesses in recent years An overseas business base yet to be fully developed and overall profitability yet to match that of major international peers Steadily improving cash flow adequacy and leverage ratios that we expect to remain stable over the next one to two years Many projects are slow to yield returns on capital investment, and we expect a continuation of heavy investment spending.

Start reading S&P’s report on Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. and keep an eye out for further updates to stay on top of our new research providers.

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