Answered By: Erin Wachowicz
Last Updated: Nov 23, 2016     Views: 36

For recent conference calls, an easy to access, free source of transcripts is the Investor Relations page of a company website. 

For historical transcripts, the library provides access to a number of resources that can help:

Factiva

Factiva provides access to FD Wire - a publication featuring conference call and event transcripts.

  • In the search box, enter the phrase Earnings Call
  • Select a date range
  • Click on the Source option to search for and select CQ FD Disclosure
  • Click on the Company option to search for and select a company
  • Click on the Source 
  • Click Search 

 

LexisNexis 

LexisNexis Academic also provides access to FD Wire. 

  • Enter the company name in the Search box
  • Click on Advanced Options
  • Select a date range
  • In the Source field, search for FD Wire
  • Click Apply
  • Click Search

 

Thomson ONE 

StreetEvents - Thomson Reuters' corporate disclosure service - can be searched for by following the same steps for finding analyst reports

  • Click on the Screening & Analysis tab
  • In the Search Options box, enter the company name or ticker
  • Select the date range that you would like to search.  
  • Look for the More Options box. In the Contributor field, enter the phrase "streetevents".  You should see an automatic suggestion for Thomson One Streetevents - click on it to populate the field. 
  • Click Search.
  • Select the reports you want to view or download by either clicking on the title of the report (good option for viewing a single report) or selecting the check-box to the left of the report title and clicking View.
  • A new dialog box will open. Select the check-box Select all Reports and click View.

Note: Thomson ONE has browser and setting requirements. Click here for more information.‚Äč

Bloomberg 

On a Bloomberg terminal, load a security and enter EVT <GO>. You will see a calendar of corporate events, including calls. 

 

 

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