Delivering what no one else can
Thomson Reuters Eikon provides easy access to trusted news, data, and analytics, all filtered by relevance to your exact needs, and displayed in a highly visual way that's easy to grasp and act on.
From the same intuitive desktop or mobile device, you can instantly connect to new and emerging markets, deep and varied pools of liquidity, professional networks and expert support – anywhere, anytime. The result? Comprehensive financial analysis, through which you’ll discover more opportunities and make crucial decisions with confidence.
From streaming real-time data to deep historical information, Thomson Reuters Eikon gives you access to trusted, timely and accurate content from more than 400 exchanges and OTC-traded markets and over 70 direct exchange feeds, delivered via Thomson Reuters Elektron low latency data feeds. Access deep liquidity pools, with over 80 providers and more than 1,300 institutional clients, plus FX market pricing from over 2,000 contributing sources in 175 currencies.
Our Fundamentals cover more than 99% of the world’s market cap, and we have over 40 years’ Estimates collection experience, currently from over 930 brokers and covering 22,000+ companies.
In a single view, you also have free access to the industry’s largest and fully compliant instant messaging and chat network, plus unbiased Reuters news, commentary and financial analysis.
Open. Secure. Connected.
With more than 300,000 users, including 28,000 from the buy-side, and 11 million messages distributed every day, Eikon Messenger provides access to the world’s largest verified directory of financial market participants via the open messaging network. Access it directly from your Eikon desktop or as a free, standalone application.
Content and features
- StarMine financial modeling
- Datastream macroeconomic analysis
- Access 1.7m private company profiles
- Superior emerging markets coverage
- Unbiased Reuters news and analytics
- Industry-leading fundamentals
- 40+ years’ Estimates experience
- Social Media Sentiment Monitor