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Data Sources provided by UK Libraries: Finance

A guide to help you get started in your pursuit of datasets. UK Libraries provide many data sources across many disciplines.

Data sources for Finance

  1. Annual Reviews. Both text and data mining explicitly permitted. Subject area(s): All disciplines.
  2. Corporate, Municipal and Government Manual Collections (from Mergent Archives). Subject area(s): Business, Economics, Finance.
  3. CRB Commodity Yearbook Archives. Subject area(s): Business, Economics, Finance.
  4. CRB Commodity Yearbook Archives (through Mergent Archives). Subject area(s): Business, Economics, Finance.
  5. Dun and Bradstreet's Key Businesss Ratios. Subject area(s): Business, Finance.
  6. Economic Indicators (ECONI). Subject area(s): Business, Economics, Finance, Statistics.
  7. EDGAR (sec.gov). Subject area(s): Business, Finance.
  8. First Research Industry Intelligence. Subject area(s): Business, Economics, Finance.
  9. IMF eLibrary Data (International Monetary Fund). Subject area(s): Business, Economics, Finance, FLIE (countries).
  10. International Financial Statistics (Country Selection). Subject area(s): Business, Finance, FLIE (countries).
  11. International Monetary Fund Data. Subject area(s): Business, Economics, Finance, FLIE (countries).
  12. Key Business Ratios. Subject area(s): Business, Finance.
  13. Mergent Archives (Corporate, Municipal and Government Manual Collections). Subject area(s): Business, Economics, Finance.
  14. Mergent Bondviewer. Subject area(s): Business, Economics, Finance.
  15. Mintel. Subject area(s): Business, Finance, Marketing.
  16. OECD Papers. . Subject area(s): Agriculture, Business, Economics, Education, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Finance, FLIE (countries), Foreign Affairs, Political Science, Sociology, Statistics.
  17. Value Line. Subject area(s): Business, Finance.