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where is all the financial data published: symbols, earnings yield, return on capital

How does one get their hands on publicly-traded company financials? is there an official repository for this? i’d be interesting in looking at the list of available stock symbols a company’s ...
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Meaning of ticker symbol suffixes for Toronto Stock Exchange listings

When looking at the ticker symbols of stocks listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX and TSXV), I noticed that there are many kinds of suffixes. For example, ".A", ".DB", "....
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Are companies listed on the TSX Venture Exchange required to publish financial statements regularly?

The TSX Venture Exchange lists many small-cap and micro-cap companies. Are all these companies required by law to regularly make their financial statements available to the public? If so, do all these ...
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What is the minimum share price for TSX Venture Exchange listings?

The Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) does not have a specific minimum share price requirement. What about the TSX Venture Exchange? Does it have a minimum share price requirement for its listings? Note ...
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Is there a minimum stock price for tsx listings?

For example, NYSE stocks must maintain $1 a share. I have searched and can only find data on tsx-v.
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Can a Company which is listed at OTC and TSX considered to be serious?

You always read that the OTC market is not serious and you should not invest in companies which are listed on such markets. But what about companies, which are listed there as well as on the Toronto ...
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How does the concept of regular vs. after-hours trading work for an online marketplace?

In an exchange like NYSE, with an actual trading floor, I understand that the floor, say, opens at 9:30am and ends at 4:00pm. These are the 'trading hours'. So, After 4:00pm, there are after-hours ...
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Why do only a handful of Canadian companies have options trading on their stocks?

Of all the Canadian companies whose shares trade on an exchange, I noticed that only a handful of them offer options (calls, puts). What is the reason for this? Does not offering options on its shares ...
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