Internet Securities, Inc. and the EIU Collaborate on Emerging Markets Service

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Internet Securities, Inc. and the EIU Collaborate on Emerging Markets Service


Internet Securities, Inc. (ISI) and the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) have collaborated to provide extracts from the EIU ViewsWire service on the ISI Emerging Markets service.

ISI Emerging Markets is an online service that provides hard-to-find emergingmarket financial, economic, and political news and information, which is presented in both English and the origin country's language. Through this subscriptionbased service, users access a comprehensive range of information derived directly from over 175 sources, now including the EIU, located throughout Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, and Latin America.

EIU ViewsWire provides global business intelligence covering the latest developments in countries and industries around the world. With a global network of 500 analysts and editors, the EIU provides insights into and assessments and forecasts of country markets. The EIU ViewsWire service on ISI Emerging Markets will allow users to electronically track market developments around the world and to pinpoint developments that are relevant to them.

Gary Mueller, founder and CEO of Internet Securities, Inc., said, "EIU is recognized globally for its insightful economic and political analysis and is a valuable addition to our growing list of leading data providers. With the inclusion of EIU's ViewsWire excerpts, ISI is closer to becoming the `one-stop' that business professionals interested in emerging markets need."

Lou Celi, managing director for electronic publishing at EIU, said, "Internet Securities is one of the best online sources of emerging-market information to institutional investors and financial managers. …

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