Corporate Actions Market Data



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Techsalerator's Corporate Actions Dataset in Canada offers a comprehensive collection of data fields related to corporate actions, providing valuable insights for investors, traders, and financial institutions. This dataset includes crucial information about the various financial instruments of all 800 companies traded on the Canadian Securities Exchange (XCNQ).

Top 5 used data fields in the Corporate Actions Dataset for Canada:

- Dividend Declaration Date: The date on which a company's board of directors announces the dividend payout to its shareholders. This information is crucial for investors who rely on dividends as a source of income.

- Stock Split Ratio: The ratio by which a company's shares are split to increase liquidity and affordability. This field is essential for understanding changes in share structure.

- Merger Announcement Date: The date on which a company officially announces its intention to merge with another entity. This field is crucial for investors assessing the impact of potential mergers on their investments.

- Rights Issue Record Date: The date on which shareholders must be on the company's books to be eligible for participating in a rights issue. This data helps investors plan their participation in fundraising events.

- Bonus Issue Ex-Date: The date on which a company's shares start trading without the value of the bonus issue. This information is vital for investors to adjust their portfolios accordingly.

Top 5 corporate actions in Canada:

 Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A): The Canadian business environment often witnesses significant M&A activities across sectors such as energy, finance, technology, and healthcare. Notable deals include mergers between major energy companies, acquisitions in the technology sector, and consolidation in the financial services industry.

Resource Sector Investments: Canada is a major player in natural resource industries, including oil and gas, mining, and forestry. Corporate actions such as investments in resource exploration, production, and sustainable practices are essential for the economy.

Tech Sector Growth: Canada's technology sector has been expanding rapidly, with corporate actions including funding rounds, initial public offerings (IPOs), and partnerships. Companies in cities like Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal contribute to Canada's tech ecosystem.

Renewable Energy Initiatives: With a focus on sustainability, corporate actions related to renewable energy projects, green investments, and the transition to clean energy sources play a crucial role in Canada's future economic development.

Financial Services Innovation: Corporate actions in the financial sector include advancements in fintech, blockchain technology, and digital banking solutions. Canada's financial institutions are continually adapting to meet changing consumer preferences.

Top 5 financial instruments with corporate action Data in Canada

Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) Domestic Company Index: The main index that tracks the performance of domestic companies listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. This index provides insights into the performance of the Canadian stock market.

Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) Foreign Company Index: The index that tracks the performance of foreign companies listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, if foreign listings are present. This index gives an overview of foreign business involvement in Canada.

MarketMega: A Canada-based supermarket chain with operations in multiple regions. MarketMega focuses on providing essential products to local communities and contributing to the retail sector's growth.

FinServe Canada: A financial services provider in Canada with a focus on promoting financial inclusion and access to banking services, particularly among underserved communities.

AgriTech Canada: A company dedicated to advancing agricultural technology in Canada, focusing on optimizing crop yields, sustainable farming practices, and technological innovation in the agricultural sector.

If you're interested in accessing Techsalerator's End-of-Day Pricing Data for Canada, please contact with your specific requirements. Techsalerator will provide you with a customized quote based on the number of data fields and records you need. The dataset can be delivered within 24 hours, and ongoing access options can be discussed if needed.

Data fields included:

  • Dividend Declaration Date
  • Stock Split Ratio
  • Merger Announcement Date
  • Rights Issue Record Date
  • Bonus Issue Ex-Date
  • Stock Buyback Date
  • Spin-Off Announcement Date
  • Dividend Record Date
  • Merger Effective Date
  • Rights Issue Subscription Price



How much does the Corporate Actions Dataset cost in Canada?

The cost of the Corporate Actions Dataset may vary depending on factors such as the number of data fields, the frequency of updates, and the total records count. For precise pricing details, it is recommended to directly consult with a Techsalerator Data specialist.

How complete is the Corporate Actions Dataset coverage in Canada?

Techsalerator provides comprehensive coverage of Corporate Actions Data for various companies and securities traded on the Canada Stock Exchange. The dataset encompasses major corporate actions announced by entities in the Canada market.

How does Techsalerator collect this data?

Techsalerator collects Corporate Actions Data from reliable sources, including company announcements, regulatory filings, and financial news outlets. The data is carefully curated to ensure accuracy and reliability.

Can I select specific financial instruments or multiple countries with Techsalerator's Corporate Actions Dataset?

Techsalerator offers the flexibility to select specific financial instruments or focus on corporate actions in Canada. While the dataset primarily covers Canada market, Techsalerator may provide data for other countries and international markets upon request.

How do I pay for this dataset?

Techsalerator accepts various payment methods, including credit cards, direct transfers, ACH, and wire transfers, facilitating a convenient and secure payment process.

How do I receive the data?

Techsalerator provides the Corporate Actions Data through multiple delivery methods, such as FTP, SFTP, S3 bucket, or email, ensuring easy access and integration into your systems. The dataset is available in formats like JSON, CSV, TXT, or XLS, allowing seamless data processing.


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