Nasdaq Expands Analytics Hub Offering
Global exchange operator Nasdaq has added four new feeds to is Nasdaq Analytic Hub alternative-data offering, according to company officials.
The new feeds include:
- eVestment ESG – exclusive to Analytics Hub, it uses empirical Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) data provided exclusively to Analytics Hub by Nasdaq’s eVestment to help investors and consultants make investment decisions and recommendations in line with ESG standards internationally, allowing users to screen for ESG-friendly investments easily
- iSentium Social Media Sentiment – exclusive to Analytics Hub, this new model based on a monthly investment horizon transforms widespread social media sentiment assets into actionable scores using iSentium’s patented natural language processing technology and artificial intelligence; this updated dataset contains additional fields for a comprehensive view of how the set is curated
- Global News – collects high quality, publicly-available media content in order to discern and quantify relationships among financial, economic, socio-economic and political forces to help investors manage risk and maximize returns
- Supply Chain Networks – measures global and regional supply chain information to identify relationships between companies based on the production and sale of products, enabling investors to better manage risk and maximize returns by identifying critical and well-positioned companies through a proprietary knowledge graph
Nasdaq’s Analytics Hub was launched in 2017. It seeks to take the unstructured world of data and harness its power to benefit the investing public by creating valuable analytic products available on a single customer interface. A less opaque market with tools that provide value to a larger population of investors encourages market participation.
The firms have an exclusive partnership to explore the delivery of data advisory services.
Enterprise Access Point, the firm’s web-based data marketplace, now includes over 60 third-party providers.
Deal combines Knoema’s knowledge management platform and data repository with Adaptive’s alternative data.
AI and machine learning have supplanted trading speed as a differentiator for capital markets firms.
Focus areas include listings, ESG data, and sustainable bonds.