Wall Street Horizon has expanded access to corporate event data with the addition of 2,000 global companies to its Enchilada platform. It has also enhanced the platform’s application programming interface (API) and graphical user interface.
Barry Star, CEO of Wall Street Horizon, says: “Since the launch of Enchilada in 2015, clients have increasingly had more access to a variety of market-moving corporate data, helping to inform their investment decisions. Our latest enhancements make the system more comprehensive and easier to integrate.”
The Enchilada platform is designed to provide one point of access to accurate corporate event data, both forward-looking and historical. Users can search more than 40 corporate event types by ticker or create an unlimited number of portfolio watchlists. As movement around corporate events has proven to affect market volatility, this capability allows users to view changes in event dates and gain greater insight into a company’s financial health. With the addition of new data, investors can avoid missing market-moving events and exploit market volatility or avoid related risks.