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Jun 30, 2002

Intelligence agents

Despite the value of capital markets intelligence, it is only a means, not an end

It is hardly surprising that in the past decade there has been a boom in capital markets intelligence (CMI). More investor relations departments now consider shareowner analysis tools essential to their operations, more vendors offer such tools, and increasingly sophisticated technologies have raised the bar for their efficiency. Yet the techniques used for gathering intelligence vary greatly from one platform to another. Likewise, there is considerable disagreement about the accuracy and

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