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Bloomberg: Prattle Analysis Shows Men Speak 92% of Time on Earnings Calls

 

 

 

The Prattle team recently used our Equities Analytics database to conduct a deep-dive analysis of 155,000 corporate earnings calls over the past 19 years. The results, published by Bloomberg last week, revealed the vast gender disparity on corporate earnings calls. Particularly, Prattle’s component analysis showed that men spoke 92% of the time during earnings calls in the sample period.

 

The article was subsequently published by Yahoo Finance, the Chicago Tribune, Quartz, and several others.

 

Prattle, September 18, 2018

17.10.2018


 

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