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Company Report Builder – Company Tear Sheet – Release

 

We have released  some new items on EMIS: The company report builder and Company tear sheet functionalities.
In the header of the Company profile we have added two links.  “Company Tear Sheet” and “Report Builder”
http://www.securities.com/ci/cp.html?pc=BG&sv=EMIS&cmpy=1403487

1. Company Tear Sheet

With this new tool the user can get an automatised company report from a predefined  set of content.
If you click on teh Company Tear Sheet link a new page will be displayed in HTML format with the following items:
Contact info
Description
NAICS classifiation
Performance in Bar Charts
Stock Price data
Shareholders
Key financial accounts
Balance sheet
Income statement
Key ratios

2. Report Builder

This is the extension of the Company Tear sheet, here the user can add or remove some  additional content  so the user can self-tailor the data he would like to have.
http://www.securities.com/ci/cp.html?pc=BG&sv=EMIS&cmpy=1403487&view=report
There is a predefined list set, but you can modify what content you would like to see in your report.
You can select the currency of the report, What type of financial statement you would like to see or what language  documents  you would like to see from the given company.
The basic language of the report is based on the User interface setting. So if the User interface is set to Chinese, then the headers will be dispalyed in chinese.
Company data is based on items loaded to our central company database and the news based on taggings (except Latest news, that rely on the search term defined in the company profile)

Performance in News
Bankruptcy
Management changes
Ownership changes
Press releases
Corporate actions
Research
Ratings
Annual reports
DW deals
Latest news
Please note, this is a tear sheet of the company based on the info we already in the database.

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