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Add expected EPS for earnings season to economic calendar

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When earnings season comes along, it'd be very very nice to have expected EPS, and surprise % when the earnings drop for shares listed on every exchange.
This is one of the perhaps most important things IG can add to their economic calendar, as it is extremely fundamental.

https://www.ig.com/au/marketanalysis/ig-economic-calendar/2018/08/04?tab=companyEarnings

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Agree. There is a lot of talk of support / resistance here there and everywhere in the news articles with some quoted EPS figures and important share price stuff once every now and then but think more information needs to be given to the fundamentals. 

Hopefully with the shift to this ‘professional’ status those at IG will start putting out some more... “high brow” (sounds arrogant im completely aware) analysis. 

EPS data inclusion on the charts would be a good first step. 

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