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Show the geographic and business segment sales breakdown on StockReports

Breakdown of segment revenue / assets / P&L

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      • Redrichmond commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Generally such a company's primary listing is on a stock exchange in its country of incorporation, and its secondary listing(s) is/are on an exchange in another country.

        Cross-listing is especially common for companies that started out in a small market but grew into a larger market.

        Taken from wiki "There is a vast academic literature on the impact of cross-listings on the value of the cross-listed firms.

        Most studies (for example, Miller, 1999) find that a cross-listing on a U.S. stock market by a non-U.S. firm is associated with a significantly positive stock price reaction in the home market.[4]

        This finding suggests that the stock market expects the cross-listing to have a positive impact on firm value. Doidge, Karolyi, and Stulz (2004)[5] show that companies with a cross-listing in the United States have a higher valuation than non-cross-listed corporations, especially for firms with high growth opportunities domiciled in countries with relatively weak investor protection."

        "Cross listing of one company on multiple exchanges should not be confused with dual listed companies, where two distinct companies - with separate stocks listed on different exchanges - function as one company."

        This feature would break down company revenues by business and geographic segment. It would allow you to screen for things like 'where 100% of revenue is from the UK and in industry x'.

      • davidstone commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It would be useful to be able distinguish / screen for stocks which are deriving revenue from International markets. The ideal solution would break the revenue down into Domestic as a share of total and International as a share of total.

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