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Corporate Reports & SEC Filings at MIT: Extracted financials

Annual reports, Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) filings (including 10Ks), and other sources of financial and textual information on public companies.

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Extracted financials

Several sources published by third parties include financials extracted from annual reports and SEC filings. These sources may add additional analyses or information to create a useful "report" which doesn't originate from the company itself. Some of these sources, such as Compustat, are well-suited for efficiently harvesting historical financial data. Note: these sources do not include "as-reported" financial data or Notes to Financial Statements as provided by the reporting company.

DATES SCOPE SOURCE FORMAT LOCATION
1900-present US & non-US Mergent/Moody's Manuals paper Dewey Reference & Stacks HG4501.M62
1950-present US & Canada Compustat North America online via WRDS Go to WRDS
1987-present non-US Compustat Global online via WRDS Go to WRDS
1980-present Global Worldscope online via WRDS Go to WRDS
May 1989-May 2006 US Compact D/SEC (aka Compact Disclosure) CD-ROM Computer Workstation at Dewey
Current reports only US Disclosure Reports (via LexisNexis) online via LexisNexis Go to LexisNexis

Access

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