ISI Emerging Markets Subscribers Receive Same-Day Investext Reports

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ISI Emerging Markets Subscribers Receive Same-Day Investext Reports


Internet Securities, Inc., a provider of Internet-delivered emerging markets news and business information, has announced that subscribers can now access up-to-date Investext reports the same day they are released by Thomson Financial Securities Data (TFSD). Reports can be retrieved in the original Adobe PDF format and are fully archived in the IntelliFind search engine with a comprehensive Investext citation feed. According to the announcement, ISI Emerging Markets subscribers benefit by receiving more than 10,000 continuous Investext reports in original PDF format, with no embargo period and at no additional charge.

The ISI Emerging Markets service provides online access to local emerging market news and business information from over 30 countries throughout Asia, Europe, and Latin America. The subscription-based service offers access to more than 3,500 publications derived directly from local and primary sources, including the Investext Database and Nelson Broker Summary Reports.

"This new agreement between Internet Securities and Investext provides tremendous competitive advantages for both our customers, the ISI Emerging Markets service, and Thomson," said Gary Mueller, president and CEO of Internet Securities. "Our clients now receive original reports the same day they are released by Investext, thereby providing our subscribers with the most up-to-date investment analysis. They have the opportunity to make strategic and intelligent decisions faster than most of their competitors, and that's a strong selling point we plan to take advantage of."

According to Internet Securities, Investext reports provide comprehensive investment research written by top-rated and highly valued investment analysts throughout more than 500 leading banks, brokerage houses, and consulting firms.

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