Here is our pick of the 3 most important XBRL news stories this slow summertime week.
1 New webcast on IFRS 2020 taxonomy published
In this webcast, Ann Tarca, a member of the International Accounting Standards Board (Board), and Vivek Baid, a member of the technical staff, provide a short introduction to the IFRS Taxonomy 2020 and highlight the key changes from the IFRS Taxonomy 2019.
A quick and efficient way to catch up both with the technical changes in the IFRS taxonomy as well as (implicitly) with changes in IFRS.
2 Muscat to launch XBRL disclosure platform
Capital Market Authority (CMA), in cooperation with Muscat Security Market (MSM), has commissioned a project for implementing the XBRL disclosure platform for the reporting of financial and non-financial information by all issuers listed on MSM and other companies operating under any license from the CMA.
The world as captured by XBRL goes well beyond EU ESEF and US EDGAR …
3 ECB working paper: Nowcasting with large Bayesian autoregressions
Monitoring economic conditions in real time, or nowcasting, is among the key tasks routinely performed by economists. Nowcasting entails some key challenges, which also characterise modern Big Data analytics, often referred to as the three “Vs”: Volume, Variety, Velocity.
The near real-time availability of voluminous, varied and velocious data as supplied in structured or unstructured formats is an important pre-requisite for nowcasting. This new ECB working paper demonstrates how it can be done.
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