Using Quick Report


Company Report Writer allows you to customize the contents of your Company Report. You can include specific categories of information and customize the output.

How to Create a Quick Report for a Particular Company:

  1. From the Search Bar, type in “Company Report” and select Company Report Writer from the autocomplete dropdown list. Alternatively, click on the Browse All Content Menu, then click on Business Intelligence and select Company Report Writer.
  2. In the Ticker Field, input the ticker or begin typing the name of the company.
  3. The auto-complete functionality provides a list of companies to choose from.
  4. Select the report format. 
  5. Click the blue Quick Report button.
  6. The Quick Report pop-up appears.
  7. To view the report, click on My Work History at the top of the screen and select Downloads. A box will appear to the right of the Downloads button, and you can select the Quick Report you created.
Quick Reports may include the following information:

  • Company Overviews: Includes a one-page summary with a brief description of the company's business and key data, such as country of incorporation, industry and market capitalization.
  • Issuer Credit Ratings: Includes three latest ratings/rating changes from Standard & Poor's, Moody's and Fitch, when available.
  • Historical Price, Volume, and Earnings Data: Displays quarterly price and volume information for the last 12 months, when data is available. Earnings (EPS) data is displayed for the last 4 quarters.
  • Most Recent Litigation: Displays the 25 most recent dockets associated with the company.
  • Company Management: Displays executives, board of directors, committees, executive compensation, changes and interlocks data.
  • Financial Results: Displays financial data for the last four quarters, when available. Includes income statement, balance sheet, cash flow and key ratio data.
  • Debt and Equity Offerings: Displays most recent public offering data, when applicable, and 20 of the most recently announced corporate bonds, preferreds and loans still active in the marketplace.
  • Holdings: Displays up to the 20 largest insider and institutional stock holders.
  • Company Hierarchy: Displays list of major subsidiaries and related entities. Note, a company must own at least 50% of the subsidiary for Bloomberg to recognize it as a major subsidiary.
  • Corporate Actions: Displays corporate actions occurring during the last 12 months.
  • Recent Filings: Displays the 50 most recent filings.
  • Company News: Displays the 10 most recent Bloomberg news stories about the company.