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FactSet Supply Chain RelationshipsData Feed by FactSet
Added to Marketplace for Purchase: Apr. 30, 2014
- View direct relationships (relationships disclosed by the reporting company) and reverse relationships (relationships not disclosed by the reporting company but by companies doing business with the reporting company)
- Analyze 13 key company relationship types to understand how extreme market environments could affect your custom portfolios, and uncover interconnected relationships within and around a stock portfolio that may affect overall performance
- Determine the downstream impact of changes in a relationship network and understand opportunities and risks caused by events
- Feed Coverage
Region Count Type Start Date Africa 500 Entities 2014 Asia 12,400 Entities 2013 Europe 5,900 Entities 2011 Latin America 900 Entities 2014 Middle East 1,700 Entities 2014 North America 10,400 Entities 2003 Pacific 1,000 Entities 2014
- Feed Details
- FactSet Revere Supply Chain Relationships data is built to expose business relationship interconnections among companies globally. This feed provides access to the complex networks of companies' key customers, suppliers, competitors, and strategic partners, collected from annual filings, investor presentations, and press releases.
- Firm Information
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- Documentation/Additional Information
- Centrality of the Supply Chain Network by Liuren Wu, Baruch College
- Community Discussion