Why corporate event data matters & how it moves the market.

Event Data Outlook, May 24 – As inflation fears continue to ramp up and earnings season subsides, volatility has returned to global equity markets

The emerging theme is, “what will firms do with capital now that lending standards are easing and companies are ripe with cash?” M&A, returning value to shareholders, and rising wages are three routes corporate managers can take. We hear headline after headline regarding rising low-end wages, but investors should monitor other uses of cash as we exit earnings season.

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Event Data Outlook, May 17 – Volatility has re-entered the scene for global investors with inflationary concerns in the headlines

The implications for international firms include the challenge of passing on higher costs to consumers. For investors, it becomes even more important to be aware of corporate events and unusual company-specific news that will drive stock price action. Expect executives to turn their focus away from the pandemic and toward fundamental risks such as supply shortages, rising interest rates, and inflation.

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Walt Disney Event Cluster Forming Ahead of Q1 Results

Walt Disney Co. is out with Q1 results after the bell tomorrow, and we’re tracking an interesting pattern of events forming. Typically when a company hosts, sponsors and/or attends several corporate events in a short period of time, it’s worth paying attention to as it stokes volatility.

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