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Introducing… FitchConnect – the new platform for BMI Research
BMI Research changed its name and location to FitchConnect at the end of January 2020 – but please, do not despair! The country and industry data and analysis we have come to expect from BMI is all available via the new platform on FitchConnect. Read on for how to access it.
Industry and sector reports
To access the sector research, simply click on the ‘Sectors’ tab. The familiar sectors menu will open on the right, exactly as it did on BMI.
Within each sector, select from familiar options available including ‘Daily Views’ and ‘Country Reports’.
Country risk reports
The easiest way to access BMI’s country risk reports is via the ‘global search’ box at the top right of your screen. Simply type in your country name.
Select any country from the ‘Entities’ tab. (Please note that countries will always have the tag ‘Sovereigns’ under the country name).
From the country homepage, select ‘Country Risk’ from the menu. Select the report you require from the on-screen options (see below, bottom right).
Data and forecasts
The BMI Data Tool has become more exciting courtesy of the new platform. Select ‘Data Tools’ from the menu bar, then ‘Interactive Charts’.
Once you arrive at the Interactive Charts page, start by selecting your entities / geographies.
Once you have selected your geographies, choose your data items and date range. Finally, visualise your data via a wide variety of charts and tables.
A quick video intro to the platform changes is available here. If you have any questions on FitchConnect or on any of the data and reports these services include, please contact MIRC.
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