Answered By: Lippincott Library Last Updated: Jul 13, 2016 Views: 59
Use Thomson ONE.
Note: this resource only works using Internet Explorer.
Click on Fundamentals under the Company Views menu on the left.
For present-day ratios, select Financial Reports then click on the Ratios tab.
For historical ratios, select Reuters Fundamentals then click on the Ratios tab. Now use the drop-down menu under Report to select the ratio type (ie Liquidity, Profitability/Value/Risk, etc), then select your time periods of interest.
Check out Dow Jones Factiva
Scroll over Companies/Markets at the top of the page, then select Company. Search for your company by name or ticker, then click on Reports in the lefthand menu and select Ratio Comparison Report.
Go to Standard & Poor's Net Advantage
Click on Industries, then use the Industry Surveys drop-down menu to choose an industry of interest. The PDF version of each industry survey contains a section called Comparative Company Analysis, including key company ratios.
Use Osiris where you can find ratios for companies worldwide.
Search by company name, and then choose Financial Report (click on the S to the left of your company of choice). Then go to Key Ratios
Financial Ratios Suite in WRDS can provide over 70 pre-calculated financial ratios for all U.S. companies across eight different categories including valuation, liquidity, and profitability. Industry-level and firm-level ratios are available.