Answered By: Erin Wachowicz
Last Updated: Jun 14, 2018     Views: 47

Global Financial Data

  • Using the left-navigation buttons, click on US Stocks.
  • Enter the ticker in the Enter Identifier box. 
  • Click Search.
  • From the search results page, you can select one or more series. Use the icon links to view the series description, view or download a chart, or download the data. 

Note: To download you will be required to create an individual account with your Yale email address. 

Thomson ONE

  • Enter a company name or ticker in the search box located in the upper-left corner of the screen. 
  • Select Price Chart from the navigation bar at the top of the page. 
  • Select the desired time period and frequency, and click on the Go button. 
  • View the data or export to excel by clicking on the appropriate icon. 

Bloomberg

  • Enter at ticker symbol, strike the yellow <EQUITY> key on the Bloomberg keyboard, and then. <GO>.
  • To view a historical price table for that stock, enter HP, and then hit <GO>. 

Factset

  • Select Company/Security from the navigation bar at the top of the page,  enter a company name or ticker in the search box in the upper-left corner. 
  • On left side of the page, click on Prices, then select Price History.
  • Along the top of the price chart, select a date range from the dropdown menu or click on the calendar icon to select a custom range. 
  • Click on the download icon, located near the upper-right corner of the page. For an excel file, select Spreadsheet file, and browse to select a location to save the file on a local machine. Click Go. 

To create a time series featuring additional variables and longer spans of time, consider using Datastream or CRSP via WRDS

 

 

 

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