Posts Tagged ‘Eikon’

Asia Pacific’s Central Banks and Government Institutions Turn to Thomson Reuters Eikon

Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, today revealed that 18 central banks and government organizations in Asia Pacific have recently rolled out the flagship Thomson Reuters Eikon platform for real-time financial data, analytics, news and commentary.

The central banks and government authorities that have signed up to use Thomson Reuters Eikon in recent months include the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Reserve Bank of New Zealand, Reserve Bank of India, Nepal Rastra Bank, Central Bank of the Republic of China (Taiwan), State Bank of Vietnam, Bank of the Lao P.D.R and Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan. Read more

Eikon 3.0 Gets a Boost with Semantic Search

Greg MacSweeney reports, “Thomson Reuters’ latest evolution of Eikon, its integrated market data platform, offers semantic search capabilities not found in other market data products currently on the market. Most notably the new version, called Eikon 3.0, applies free text search capabilities to financial data, similar to Google’s search functionality. ‘The latest version brings data into one place,’ says Philip Brittan, global head of the Eikon desktop platform at Thomson Reuters. Traditionally, market data platforms hold a wealth of data, but users need to know specific commands or follow certain workflows to find the information. ‘Often, getting to the data is a challenge,’ Brittan adds. ‘Eikon brings semantic search to financial information’.” Read more