Scoach Switzerland, the exchange for structured products, will publish the Scoach Market Report Express on 2 December 2011 for the first time. It is targeted at those investors, market participants and members of the public who wish to gain key trade data as fast as possible. The new Scoach Market Report Express always reports on the previous month and is published on the second trading day of the following month. It complements Scoach's existing information offering and is an additional means of increasing transparency in the structured products market. Market Report Express will be published every month and is available free of charge.
Following the introduction of the Scoach market report in April, which provides an in-depth look at the movements, trends and related changes in the Swiss structured products market, Scoach is expanding its information offering with the compact Swiss Market Report Express. The report is published as an Excel document in the early morning on the second trading day of the following month and also contains any trade reversals from the last trading day of the month under review, which can only be entered on the first trading day of the new month. With the Scoach Market Report Express, the Swiss structured products market finally has a very up-to-date and comprehensive report of market activities.
"With the Market Report Express, we are accounting for the fact that various market participants have various information requirements: some want their market data particularly quickly, others want to see commentaries and diagrams to go with the figures. Now we are catering for both requirements – right from the source of the information", explained Christian Reuss, CEO Scoach Switzerland Ltd.
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