Coverage: Varies Maximum Concurrent Users: Unlimited Contains detailed company financial data, original filings, ownership and subsidiary information, Marketline company and industry profiles, business intelligence and M&A deal data on all public companies plus many private companies worldwide. ORBIS is the expert search interface to Bureau Van Dijk financial data.
Stock, mutual funds, company financials, and foreign exchange rate data across over 20 major global exchanges, covering 10,000+ symbols. Multiple access channels are supported, including web-based HTTP access, Microsoft Excel, and Google Sheets (please refer to the data integration guide). Direct technical support is available to ASU members via email@example.com.
Limited to currently enrolled ASU students, faculty, and staff. Must sign up for an appointment and use the terminal in Noble Library on Tempe Campus. Follow the instructions on the Library Guide: Bloomberg
Investext (Via Mergent Online)This link opens in a new windowMaximum Concurrent Users: 40 Investext provides in-depth full-text investment firm and brokerage house research reports. Reports are presented in their original image format, including charts and graphs. These reports allow access to more of the information that is critical to strategic planning, competitive analysis, and M&A activity.
-- Use the Business section below the search boxes to use the Company Dossier search
-- Use the Company Info search to the left of the search boxes to get all the options for finding company information
original URL before changing for migration errors: http://www.nexisuni.com
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