ESTIMATES WITH THE DEEPEST GLOBAL VIEW
Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S Estimates have expanded to include over 200 industry-specific Key Performance Indicators across 12 industries.
Gone are the days of relying on generic financial measures. Industry-specific information is needed in today’s market to effectively evaluate a business and predict how it will perform in the future.
Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S provides deeper insight and analysis on a product/segment basis. Our estimate data is shown on a sector level – screened with the most rigorous quality control methods, across 22,000 companies in 100 countries – and is available alongside existing data like EPS and Recommendations.
We remain market leaders, boasting 200+ metrics and indicators across 12 industries, and increasing these numbers as we continue to evolve.
We recently enlarged our coverage by including mining and telecom sectors and plan to expand further in 2016.
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The most complete global view
Access detailed and consensus company earnings forecasts and stock recommendations on 22,000 companies, from 850 contributors around the globe, across over 100 developed and emerging markets.
Unmatched experience and history to 1976
Conduct thorough historical analysis, using data available nowhere else, including back-testing investment strategies across decades of past market conditions. Rely upon time-tested quality control.
Predict corporate earnings surprises across the whole range of our forecast fields by comparing StarMine SmartEstimates® (and related analyst-accuracy analytics) to the standard I/B/E/S mean estimate.
Key Performance Indicators
Incorporate deep, industry-specific operating metrics, or Key Performance Indicators, into your analysis. I/B/E/S provides over 200 metrics across 12 industries.
Unmatched industry presence
Our brand names of I/B/E/S and First Call are synonymous with Wall Street estimates. We have a 70:1 advantage of media citations, relied upon by over 70% of the top US and European asset managers.
Available across 14 data measures, with history to 1994.
I/B/E/S Global Aggregates help assess growth/risk/value across industry/sector/index/market.