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Where to find site with earnings calendar?

Is there a website with a company earnings calendar for exchange-listed equities using symbol look-up? I am not trying to backtest a trading strategy, so I'm not interested in historical data. I just ...
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How does it work when the same ETF is listed on several stock exchanges?

I'm trying to understand how do ETFs listed in several exchanges work. Take VUSA, for example. It's listed in London, Z├╝rich and Amsterdam. Same ISIN, so I assume it's exactly the same thing. If I ...
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1answer
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I don't live in America. How can I buy IPO stock of newly listed companies in the United States?

I'm Chinese, and I only know Firstrade, Scottrade and SogoTrade provide trading services in the Asia-Pacific region. However, they don't offer a way to buy IPO stock. Is there any way for me to buy ...
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1answer
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Can I invest in the USA or EU from an Asian 3rd-world country, over the Internet?

Is it possible to invest in markets in the USA or Europe from an Asian 3rd-world country over the Internet? Does the laws of the USA or EU allow people outside to do so?
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How can an Indian citizen get exposure to global markets?

Other than investing in sundry international equity funds, is there a way for an Indian citizen to invest in global securities? Is it possible for example to buy shares of Google?
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How can I invest in US Stocks from outside the US with a credit card instead of a bank account?

I would like to know if it it possible to invest, buy stock, for example in Apple from outside the US. I would not like to use bank accounts in possible rather the credit card, to do this, what ...
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Will ADR owner enjoy same benefit as common shares holders

Currently, I would like to invest in the stock of HSBC. Details on Google Finance Details on Yahoo Finance I am not sure whether I should purchase from the Hong Kong or US stock market. What I know ...
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How does one interpret financial data for stocks listed on multiple exchanges?

Currently, I would like to invest in HSBC stock. http://www.google.com/finance?q=NYSE:HBC&fstype=ii I saw that in 2008, it earned USD0.98 per share, and paid out USD0.64 dividend per share. My ...