Answered By: IESE Library Last Updated: May 31, 2019 Views: 31
In Thomson One you can find financial ratios for worldwide companies:
- Go to Company Views > Search for the company you want > select Fundamentals > click on Financial Reports, and then select Ratios.
- For historical ratios, select Reuters Fundamentals then click on the Ratios tab. Now use the drop-down menu under Report to select the ratio type (ie Liquidity, Profitability/Value/Risk, etc), then select your time periods of interest.
Note: this resource only works in Internet Explorer.
Use Orbis where you can find ratios for worldwide companies. Search by company name and click on Financial Data and Global Ratios under the tab "Display a specific section".
Use Sabi where you can find ratios for Spanish companies. Search by company name and click on Financial Data and Global Ratios under the tab "Display a specific section".
Use Factiva, click on "Companies/Markets" at the top of the page, then select "Company." Search your company by name or ticker, then click on "Reports" in the left hand menu and select "Ratio Comparison Report" or click on "Financial Results" in the left hand menu and select "Key Ratios".
Compustat, available through WRDS, gives company financials for US and Canadian companies.
In Datastream (available at Barcelona and Madrid Libraries through Eikon) you can find pre-defined company reports or individual data items (Worldscope).
Bloomberg, available at Barcelona Library Financial room.