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Pay Per Click Emerging Markets Yield Curve Data via the FinDataPortal Platform

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FinDataPortal (FDP), a financial portal, today announced that Kafafian Emerging Markets (KEM), a provider of treasury research data now offers its Daily Yield Curve data on FDP’s intuitive web-interface.

The KEM suite of emerging market yield curves uses relevant market data to construct daily yield curves. It utilises a consistent methodology, which is designed to reduce market imperfections while representing an accurate sovereign treasury environment for each country covered.

By publishing this data set, FDP gives firms the opportunity to eliminate their dependency on multiple market feeds and to benefit from a consistent methodology for curve generation across all countries. The service currently provides daily yield curve data on over 40 countries in Latin America, Asia, Eastern Europe and CIS, Africa and the Middle East.

“We believe that FinDataPortal provides a wonderful new platform through which clients can access our data in a way that is tailored to their specific needs. We are excited to offer both new and existing clients a more flexible way to utilise our products,” said Robert Kafafian, president of KEM.

Subscribers of this service can search for a specific curve type for a particular country, do global searches for specific dates or customise their own downloadable feed. FDP offers three different packages giving firms the opportunity to access yield data at a price that reflects their real usage of the data.

In addition to KEM’s Emerging Market Yield Curves, FinDataPortal publishes S&P’s North American Dividends and Unit Investment Trust services and three of Exchange Data International’s worldwide data sets – Corporate Actions, Dividends and Shares Outstanding.

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