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What's Behind a CUSIP Number?
More than 45 years of information on corporate capital changes in the US and Canada. Detailed data on more than 26 million financial instruments and their issues. 1000-2000 new identifiers created each day.Learn More
A rigorous, time-tested process originates and maintains reliable data users can trust. Up to 60 different data elements are analyzed to uniquely classify each instrument. The result? An identifier that’s meaningful, informative, accurate and efficient.Learn More
Unrivaled data management and access options. Direct web and FTP links with pipe-delimited or XML data feeds. APIs with intra-day, daily and weekly updates. State-of-the-art Disaster Recovery Infrastructure.Learn More
Coverage of corporate, government, municipal and international securities; IPOs; preferred stock; funds; CDs; derivatives; U.S. and Canadian listed options; and syndicated loans – new financial instruments and geographic regions continually added.Learn More
CUSIP Issuance Trends OCTOBER 13, 2017
CUSIP Request Volume Signals Slowdown in Q4 Corporate Equity and Muni Bond Issuance
NEW YORK, NY, OCTOBER 13, 2017 - CUSIP Global Services (CGS) today announced the release of its CUSIP Issuance Trends Report for September 2017. The report, which tracks the issuance of new security identifiers as an early indicator of debt and capital markets activity, found mixed results this month. Pre-trade requests for new municipal bond and corporate equity identifiers decreased in September, while requests for new corporate debt identifiers increased during the month. This is suggestive of a possible decrease in new municipal bond and corporate equity issuance and an increase in new corporate debt issuance in the fourth quarter of 2017.Read Report
Pre-Trade Municipal Bond Activity Shows Highest Monthly Volumes of 2017
"New security issuers are clearly watching interest rates closely as pre-market issuance activity continues to rise and fall in tandem with expectations for another Fed rate move," said Richard Peterson, Senior Director, S&P Global Market Intelligence. "Given the current level of geopolitical and market uncertainty, this kind of volatility in CUSIP request volume is to be expected."Read Press Release