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Earnings after and before market opens

by Patrick Fonce, 1858 days ago
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Each quarter, companies release their earning numbers in the income statement. The release occurs after or before the market opens.
Earnings are used to calculate several fundamental ratios, including the earnings per share or EPS, which is calculated by dividing the total company's earnings by the number of shares outstanding, and the earnings yield, which is the ratio of earning per share (after tax and interest payment on fixed interest debt) to the current stock share price.

This item downloads a list of NYSE or NASDAQ listed stocks, which are going to release their earning numbers. If a stock releases its earnings before the market opens, a value of one is set to the database field "before". If a stock releases its earnings after the market opens, a value of one is set to the database field "after".
To get for the current trading day, stocks releasing earnings before the market open:
earnings_before = (GetData("earnings_ba", "before", Zero) == 1);

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