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I'm looking for a list of stocks from 2005 - present that were delisted from Nasdaq/NYSE due to being acquired/going bankrupt/going private/etc. Where can I get such data online (free or paid)?

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    You can find it on the exchange website where the stock was trading. – Victor123 Apr 7 '15 at 1:08
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Where can I download all stock symbols of all companies "currently listed" and "delisted" as of today?

That's incredibly similar . You can also do it with a Bloomberg terminal but there's no need to pay to do this because he data changes so slowly.

  • Actually, the data changes relatively quickly -- on a daily basis, in fact. It's just that 99% of the companies being listed/delisted each day are ones that nobody's ever heard of. Or it's one particular type of share that's being listed/delisted, rather than an entire company. – dg99 Apr 7 '15 at 21:32
  • Oh good point @dg99 I was thinking of someone trying to see the history of the mega caps like the aigs the sun microsystems etc – Frank Visaggio Apr 7 '15 at 22:12
  • The answer from the link you gave has a great resource to find a current list of all stocks but it doesn't have any info on where to find information on previously delisted stocks. – ray9209 Apr 8 '15 at 17:10

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