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                                                   Change EPS revisions by week (average and # of analysts)


2018-10-11 17:42:54

Is there a data source/download object that provides
1) Change in Average EPS revision over the last week?
2) Net revisions (up or down) in EPS estimates over the last week (or month)?

I found ths downloader attached, but it only addresses only (1) and only for monthly change.

-> Please advise how i can get this data and import into Quantshare?

EPS Estimate Revisions (by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago)
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2018-10-12 03:41:43


There is no such downloader I am aware of.

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