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Electronic Resources in the Business and Economics Library  May 15, 2021 – 10:13 am
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CapEx is a database of investment projects that involve the setting up of new capacities in India. The name "CapEx" is a concatenation of the short-form of Capacity Expansion, and of Capital Expenditure. An investment project involves some capital expenditure and it involves some capacity expansion. The CapEx database is about the announcement of such projects, their implementation and their final culmination into new capacities.

Capital Cube provides comprehensive company analysis on 45, 000 stocks including scores and in-depth reports on fundamental analysis, likely corporate actions, dividend quality, and earnings quality.

Access to this resource is restricted to CURRENT Columbia affiliates.

(via Wharton Research Data Service)
The CBOE (Chicago Board Options Exchange) Volatility Index(VIX) is a key measure of market expectations of near-term volatility conveyed by S&P 500 stock index option prices. The VIX measures the market\'s expectation of 30-day volatility. The VIX is based on S&P 500 index option prices and incorporates information from the volatility skew by using a wider range of strike prices rather than just at-the-money series.

CEIC Data contains economic, industrial and financial time-series data and cover 117 countries and regions including detailed data on China. Data comes from analysts on the ground and the prime national and regional statistical agencies and major industrial data issuing organizations of each country covered.

Over 3000 Discussion Paper Abstracts are currently available online and all Discussion Papers published since the beginning of 1999 (i.e. from No2050) are available as electronic PDF files. Discussion papers may have been presented at conferences or workshops, but will not have been published in journals.

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