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TMX Datalinx to distribute Wall Street Horizon data products

First Published 18th February 2015

TMX Datalinx to become global distributor of Wall Street Horizon's data products.

Bruce Fador, Wall Street Horizon

Bruce Fador, Wall Street Horizon

"We think that the TMX Datalinx client base and users will greatly benefit from having access to our forward-looking event dates.

Toronto - TMX Datalinx, the information services division of TMX Group, and Wall Street Horizon have announced an agreement under which TMX Datalinx will become a global distributor of Wall Street Horizon's data products.

The addition of Wall Street Horizon's corporate earnings and event data will expand the range of TMX Datalinx offerings and complement its existing suite of multi-asset class reference and historical data products.

"Through this agreement, TMX Datalinx customers will benefit from access to these data products not widely available in the market," said Eric Sinclair, President, TMX Datalinx and group head of information services. "Not only will our customers gain access to Canadian, U.S. and global event forecasting data, they will be able to get it all from one source."

"We at Wall Street Horizon are very happy to be working with TMX Datalinx as a major global distribution partner," said Bruce Fador, WSH's president & CCO. "We think that the TMX Datalinx client base and users will greatly benefit from having access to our forward-looking event dates. This is a very exciting development for us as we continue to expand our market reach."

Wall Street Horizon's products provide details of upcoming earnings dates and conference calls, announced dividends and dividend statuses, announced stock splits, as well as shareholder and board meeting information for more than 4,700 companies traded on North American exchanges, including Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange.

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