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Alternative Data News and Insight

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Job postings data: A leading indicator of share price performance and macro trends?

We highlight key findings from a research paper published by data science company that analyses an alternative provider of labour market data, covering the near-universe of online job vacancy postings. The paper analysed the potential of online job ads for: 1) predicting key US labor statistics, 2) forecasting stock returns and industry sales of the energy equipment and service sector, and 3) assessing the relationship between a firm’s online job postings growth and its operational and stock performance.

Neudata Intelligence

Black Friday 2018 debrief: looking ahead to 4Q18 results

With Black Friday 2018 behind us, we look at some of the key insights that alternative data providers have derived from their e-receipt, advertising, and clickstream datasets. Based on these insights, we provide a round-up of some key takeaways, including the winners and losers of this year’s holiday period. Companies mentioned include, but are not limited to, Target, Amazon, Walmart, Costco, and Pandora.

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Alternative Data Going Mainstream

Greenwich Associates identifies Neudata as a brand leader within the alternative data space and claims that Nasdaq's acquisition of Quandl is "an Inflection Point for the Industry."

In the recently published Greenwich Associates 2018 Alternative Data Customer Journey Study, Neudata scored third highest in terms of brand recognition, following closely behind the newly-acquired Quandl and satellite data firm Orbital Insight.

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December 2018

Neudata Events

Credit Suisse Micro to Macro: Where are the opportunities?, London 2018

On 11 December 2018, Neudata CEO Rado Lipuš will speak on a panel at the Credit Suisse Micro to Macro conference on the topic of 'Big Data in Big Organisations'.

Neudata Intelligence

Using employee turnover data to forecast share price movements

Empirical evidence suggests that the financial performance of companies is inversely correlated with employee turnover. More interestingly, we look into this subject in more depth by assessing whether this relationship is exacerbated or dampened across particular industries or level of employee seniority. We also outline several alternative data providers we believe are best placed to provide such predictive turnover analytics.