London, March 19th 2020 – Exchange Data International (EDI) a leading provider of global security corporate actions, pricing and reference data services, is pleased to announce the launch of our flexible volatility dataset series.
The buy-side, sell-side and their service providers have been prompted to take advantage of opportunities in the markets and recalibrate pricing and risk models in order to properly value and hedge portfolios due to last week’s significant volatility across the global financial markets.
Jonathan Bloch, CEO of EDI says ”We have pulled together volatility data from across asset classes so that professional investors can receive a holistic view of what is happening in the financial markets. Volatile markets are probably here for a while and so this information will be invaluable to those able to interpret it”
Manage your risks more efficiently using EDI’s cross-asset market data which provides FX option volatility data, swaption volatility cubes and equity volatility surfaces, such as; option pair implied volatility, option ATM surfaces and closing marks.
These products are available intraday or end-of-day basis, with up to 5 years of history ready for use.
For more information, please read our factsheet at https://www.exchange-data.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Volatility-Products.pdf or contact [email protected]
About Exchange Data International (EDI)
EDI, established in 1994, helps the global financial and investment community make informed decisions through the provision of fast, accurate, timely and affordable reference data services. EDI’s extensive content database includes worldwide equity and fixed income corporate actions, dividends, static reference data, closing prices and shares outstanding, delivered via data feeds and the Internet. EDI is based in London, with offices in New York, India, and Morocco. For more information about EDI, please visit http://www.exchange-data.com.