Why is financial data of some public companies not available on Yahoo Finance?

Asked by: Patricia Folan

Is Yahoo Finance data reliable?

100% accurate. The only reason it would be off because there is a lang in the real-time data.

How do I get real-time data from Yahoo Finance?

See whether a quote is real-time by checking the trading information below the quote price on the quote summary page. Observe the date and time, volume, and price change. You’ll also know a quote is real-time when a red or green background flashes behind the stock price.

Where does Yahoo Finance get data?

Top institutional and mutual fund holders provided by Vickers-stock.com. SEC Filings and US IPO data is provided by EDGAR Online, a division of Donnelley Financial LLC. Sustainability data provided by Sustainalytics and Morningstar.

Where can I get stock financial data?

Google, Yahoo!, and Bloomberg are the most commonly visited financial data sites, but lesser utilized sites like XE, Kitco, and the SEC itself offer a wealth of data as well.

Is there anything better than Yahoo Finance?

Sites like SeekingAlpha.com, Benzinga.com and Investing.com are excellent alternatives to Yahoo Finance for market news and research.

Is Yahoo Finance discontinued?

The programming interface was clever in solving the bulk data feed in one stock and provided helpful charts to track finance effectively. However, in what appeared to be cost cutting measures by Verizon, Yahoo Finance was discontinued.

Can Google Sheets pull data from Yahoo Finance?

=YAHOOFINANCE is a spreadsheet formula that allows you to pull the Yahoo Finance data directly into a Google Sheets spreadsheet. =YAHOOFINANCE formula works in a similar way to =GOOGLEFINANCE for fetching current or historical securities information.

How do I get Yahoo Finance data into Excel?

To get the information in an Excel document efficiently, you can use Excel’s Web query tool to import the data from the Internet.

  1. Open the Yahoo! …
  2. Copy the link to the financial statement. …
  3. Open a new Excel document.
  4. Click “Data,” then “Import External Data.” Then select “New Web Query.”
  5. Paste the link in the Address box.