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From On Valuing Constant Maturity Swap Spread Derivatives "The CMS tickers are represented as USSWAPyy, where yy is the year indicator. For Example the tickers for CMS 30 yrs and CMS 2 yrs are USSWAP30 and USSWAP02 respectively"
This is available directly from MSCI's website: MSCI End of Day Index Data Search. If you click on an index name, you can download the entire history.
Pretty much all the big banks publish their long-term capital market assumptions. JPM's is available here: LONG-TERM CAPITAL MARKET ASSUMPTIONS 2016. They also provide a few issues from prior years, and you can google around for even earlier issues.
Check this out: Zacks Splits, Dividends and Corporate Actions Data Source: Zacks Splits, Dividends and Corporate Actions Data Data on Quandl API: Quandl Zacks Dividends Announcement and History
This is an old post, but I thought I would offer the following facts: 1) QQ claims to be sited in the Empire State Building, Suite 2100. (https://quantquote.com/contact.php) That is false. They do not lease or sublease that address. 2) The VM message on their sales line is a standard carrier-provided one such as a private individual would have. It does ...
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