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 Bloomberg Law Menu, select Companies & Markets, and click Compnay 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 Quick Report.
  6. The Quick Report pop-up appears.
  7. To view the report, click the Download Center link, wait for the Status to be Completed and click the link in the pop-up window to open the Report. 
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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.
  • 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 the 20 largest insider and institutional stock holders. This section also includes one year's worth of historical institutional holdings data, when available.
  • Subsidiaries: Displays list of major subsidiaries. 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.