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We are frequently updating GFD Finaeon in order to provide the best experience. These updates range from minor bug fixes to the implementation of new features. Part of ensuring our clients receive the best possible experience is our proactive approach to making them aware of these changes.

GFD Finaeon Release Notes: May 17, 2019

GFD had minor release to our live site and data set on 5/17/2019. See below for details on the changes 1. GFD did our annual review and went back to the data published on central bank websites to compare the data published on their websites with the data in the...

GFD World Index 2.0

GFD World Index 2.0

Global financial Data has calculated a new World Index that extends from the beginning of stock markets in Amsterdam in 1601 to the present day.  It will succeed the original World Index that GFD first calculated 20 years ago.  With the World Index 2.0 we can clearly...

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Events in Time Anniversaries: March 2020

Events in Time Anniversaries: March 2020

Events in Time Anniversaries: March 2020 25 years ago: March 1995 S&P 500: 500.71 (vs. 2746.56 in 03/2020) 10-year U.S. Government Bond Yield: 7.20% (vs. 0.56% in 03/2020) Gold: $392.00 (vs. $1676.60 in 03/2020) Oil: $19.175 (vs. $30.59 in 03/2020) GBP/USD: 1.6215...

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230 years of Data Show Rates Will Soon Hit 0.50%

230 years of Data Show Rates Will Soon Hit 0.50%

  While everyone has been concerned about the sell off in the stock market in the past two weeks, this decline should be contrasted with the rapid rise in the price of government bonds.  For the first time in history, the yield on the 10-year government bond fell...

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