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Q2 2020 Earnings Supplemental Financials June 23, 2020

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We are updating 2020 Guidance $ in millions, except for per share amounts 2020 IHS Markit Total Low Mid High Revenue $4,280 $4,290 $4,300 Organic growth % excl Events (1) Approximately 0% to 1% Adjusted EBITDA $1,825 $1,830 $1,835 Margin % 42.7% Adjusted EPS $2.76 $2.77 $2.78 Normalized EPS growth % (1) Approximately 10% Growth (1) Q2 events cancellations reduces organic by approximately 1% and EPS by approximately $0.09. Additionally normalized for divestiture of AD&S. Additional guidance items: • Depreciation expense of $220 - $230 million • Amortization (acquisition related intangibles) expense of $365 - $375 million • Net interest expense of $235 - $245 million • Stock-based compensation expense of $245 - $255 million • GAAP effective tax rate of 14% - 16% • Adjusted effective tax rate of 18% - 20% • Weighted average diluted shares between 400 - 405 million • Capital expenditures to be approximately 6.0% - 6.5% of revenue • Free Cash Flow conversion (as a % of Adjusted EBITDA) of approximately 50%

Quarterly Revenue by Reported Segment

Quarterly Organic Growth (1) Q3 19 and FY 19 Total Organic Growth % includes Ipreo for one month and four months respectively (2) Q2 20 Transportation non-recurring organic revenue growth including impact of cancelled events is -37%, total organic revenue growth is -18%. (3) Q2 20 Resources non-recurring organic revenue growth including impact of cancelled events is -62% and total organic revenue growth is -14%. (4) Q2 20 total non-recurring organic revenue growth including impact of cancelled events is -40% and total organic revenue growth is -7%.

Quarterly Financial Services Revenue (1) Q3 19, FY 19 Organic Growth % includes Ipreo for one month and four months respectively. Approximately 60% of Ipreo revenue is now reported in Solutions and the remainder in Information. 2019 Revenue and Q3 19 and Q4 19 Organic Growth % has been updated to include Ipreo within Solutions and Information. 2019 FY Revenue Ipreo was $345. In the table above it represents approximately 30% of Solutions revenue and 17% of Information revenue.

Quarterly Adjusted EBITDA View* by Reported Segment *Refer to financial earnings releases on investor.ihsmarkit.com for definitions and reconciliations to the nearest GAAP reported measures

2021 forward range Strong growth and profit delivery 2020 Guidance Midpoint 2021 Range ($'s millions except per share amounts) Revenue 4,290 4,575 4,675 Organic Growth (from 2020 midpoint) 7% 9% Financial Services 6 to 8% Transportation 14 to 16% Resources down 2% to up 2% CMS mid single digits Total Expense 2,460 2,575 2,645 Adjusted EBITDA 1,830 2,000 2,030 Adjusted EBITDA Growth (from 2020 midpoint) 9% 11% Adjusted EPS 2.77 3.14 3.19 Adjusted EPS Growth Reported (from 2020 midpoint) 13% 15% Adjusted EPS Growth with Events Cancellation (from 2020 midpoint) (1) 10% 12% (1) Comparison is adjusted for 2020 events cancellation ($0.09 EPS) Assumptions: • Financial Services returns to longer-term organic revenue growth range • Transportation growth in high single digits plus favorable year-over-year benefit due to Q2 2020 dealer price concessions • Resources continued Downstream strength and conservative resumption of events somewhat offset by lower Upstream subs revenue as a result of lower 2020 bookings