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Business Reporter (USBR) offers subscribers high quality, narrowly-focused
business information that is often found in more expensive industry newsletters.
The U.S. Business Reporter system offers subscribers several types of
reports which includes industry reports, marketing
reports, stock reports, economic
reports, bankruptcy reports and special studies.
We currently offer subscribers the choice of viewing each report in either
HTML-Format or PDF- Format. Each report in PDF-Format is presented in
an executive -style format.
HTML versions are linked to other pages within the web site to form a
complete report. In general, industry reports can be anywhere from 25
to 50 pages each (in PDF- Format). Market reports are currently only available
in HTML format.
This is one of the most important features of our industry reports.
Each industry report focuses on key strategies of major industry players
and analyzes their prospects under current and future industry conditions.
Composition - We analyze company and industry data to make
benchmark comparisons to current and historical patterns of data. Based
on this data we are able to draw conclusions about an industry's short
and long term prospects.
Business Reporter gives you a brief overview of current market conditions.
This can include market value, percentage changes ,and industry volume
trends for the latest available data on file. We include tables showing
current industry pricing and trends to draw reasonable conclusions about
future pricing trends.
- We analyze
industry sectors and market segments to show potential opportunities
and problems that can impact an industry.
reports feature economic analysis which focuses on both macreconomic
as well as microeconomic theory. Industry circumstances and conditions
must take these important factors into account.
The market value section shows the total value in dollars of a specific
market. Most information currently dates back to 1996.
Sectors - The market sector data breaks the entire market
into different sector percentages that encompasses the entire market
market trends shows the Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of the
market in three (3) year and five (5) year intervals.
Share - Market
share information shows percentage data and trends from the preceeding
growth is a part of the market value section which includes the percentage
year-to-year increase (or decrease) in market value.
Our market commentary consists of a general overview of the current
marketing environment. We give readers rational explanations and assertions
about prior marketing activities and opportunities and threats that
may impact the market.
We perform commentary and analysis of a stocks' investment prospects
in light of competitors, industry conditons, government regulation,
and macroeconomic factors.
Data - The market sector data breaks the entire market into
different sector percentages that encompasses the entire market value.
include investment ratios such as P/E ratios, Dividend yields, book
value per share, cash flow per share, and enterprise value for investors.
a snapshot overview, business summary, products/services, key competitors,
and executive profiles of companies.
and comment on investment prospects of all companies within the industry.
We include tables that show the median performance level of stocks within
Our economic reports focus on the top 20 metropolitan U.S. markets with
narrowly-focused data on unemployment trends, housing,and spending patterns.
Economic Focus - Our state focus series reports information
that impacts a particular state.
on federal government spending and taxation policy.Includes information
that impacts the U.S. economy.
trends and changes in international trade and commerce. Reports include
currency exchange rates, impact, and forecasts.
Includes a brief history of the bankrupt company and reasons that led
to Chapter 11/7 or Chaper 7 bankruptcy.
Analysis - The business analysis section explains the company's
product and service lines.
the company's debt leverage and equity financing in detail before and
after bankruptcy. Information explains line of credit facility prospects
and risk analysis.
the reader information on date of filing, name of court ,judge, approval
dates, type of filing, Plan of Reorganization, Disclosure Statements,
and general court information.
prospects for recovering from Chapter 11/7 and industry factors that
could impair its ability to recover.
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