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Neudata Events

Gyana Financial Services Breakfast, London 2019

Ian Webster, our Senior Vice President, will be speaking on a panel at Gyana's Financial Services Breakfast on 28th February 2019. The discussion will cover how to incorporate alternative data into the investment process.

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February 2019

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Neudata sponsors AI and Data Science in Trading, New York 2019

Neudata are pleased to announce our bronze sponsorship of the Artificial Intelligence and Data Science in Trading event, which will take place in NYC on 19th-20th March 2019. Daryl Smith, Head of Research at Neudata, will be presenting on the topic of innovations of alternative data, and our CEO, Rado Lipus, will take part in a panel discussion on emerging business models in alt data as well as the next "hot" data sources and regions.

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The Story of Alternative Data in Japan

According to industry trends (both anecdotal and empirical), the Japanese alternative data landscape is generally seen to be at an earlier stage of development than its European and US counterparts. In the following piece, we shed some light on the state of the market by looking at (1) domestic demand for alternative data (2) challenges faced by local data providers, and (3) some unique sources of consumer spending data from this region.

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Allfunds Education Lab (Lab 2) – Investor-Centricity, Milan 2019

On 29th January 2019, our Senior Vice President, Ian Webster, will be speaking at the Allfunds Education Lab in Milan. The Lab 2 event explores the theme of "investor-centricity" and Ian will be presenting on the topic of alternative data sources.

Neudata Intelligence

Crude oil: Deriving alpha from satellite data

There are many factors that impact the price of crude oil, such as production, imports/exports, and geopolitical events. However, it is widely accepted that inventory levels are one of the most crucial drivers of the asset’s price in the market. In this Intelligence report, we discuss whether crude oil storage estimates, specifically those obtained through satellites, can generate alpha to institutional investors interested in gaining an edge on pricing.