Credit Information: D&B core revenues were down 3%. D&B’s North American RMS reported negative growth of 5% with the S&MS segment growth was down 10%. D&B International’s respectable double digit growth (11%) did not offset the softness in North American Markets (Page 7). D&B stock closed 2.5 point lower to $68.6 (52wk Range 65.50 – 84.95)
Equifax’s US credit information solutions are still in decline (7%); however growth in international markets and TALX offset the negative growth with consolidated revenues up by 7% (Page 8)(Stock closed down $0.04 to $31.34 – 52wk Range 26.64 – 36.63)
Experian’s key markets are slowly on the mend with credit information and decision analytics still in negative territory, nevertheless with the help of its international markets overall results were a respectable 9% (Page 10) (Stock closed down 7.50 pence to 627.5 pence – 52wk Range 516.6 – 664.5 pence (Sterling).