Capco Reference Data Services has launched Global Dividend Forecasting (Global DivCast), a managed data solution that provides a consolidated source of dividend projection data for equities. Features include a forecast of cash flows for a specific security, cash flows calculated using historical and current dividends over a period of two to four years, up to 10 years of future cash-flow projections, per-share cash-flow forecasts, and regular and special dividend coverage. The service, aimed at fund managers, portfolio analysts, traders and investment advisers, seeks to provide better index and securities forecasts to enhance trading decisions.
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Capco Launches Global Equities Dividend Forecasting Service
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