New Specialist Business Info Available on FT Profile

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New Specialist Business Info Available on FT Profile


New Specialist Business Info Available on FT Profile

FT Analysis Reports, World Insurance Companies, and MSI Databriefs are three new titles now available to all users of FT Profile. Robin Oliphant, Managing Director of FT Profile comments: "The launch of these titles illustrates again the commitment of FT Profile to further enhance and broaden its already extensive range of new and specialist information."

Business managers and information professionals will now have immediate access to FT Analysis Reports on FT Profile through powerful, yet straightforward, search features. The file will provide high quality company intelligence and corporate information on an estimated 5,000 UK and European quoted companies. This coverage will be extended to eventually cover all domestic quoted companies from 18 European countries. For each quoted company, the Analysis Report provides a complete overview of the company with a detailed description of activities: key financial data (including share price and dividend data, five years profit and loss and balance sheet summaries, key ratios and an analysis of capital structure), major shareholders, directors and stock exchange announcements. This information will be updated on a weekly basis.

By giving a comprehensive picture of a quoted company's performance, professional users of financial information can assess how companies are likely to perform and decide which companies meet specific financial criteria. This will provide vital information upon which decisions can be based.

Exclusive to FT Profile users will be the World Insurance Companies file.

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