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Kwoon Fai
2013-06-27 12:19:07

Hi, I'm new to QS.
I was wondering is there any module which allows me to download historical fundamental data for delisted stocks?
Thank you for your time.

2013-06-27 21:44:39


Hi Kwoon,

We have only fundamental downloaders for listed stocks. For help regarding delisted stocks fundamental data please send an email to support [at] quantshare [dot] com.

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