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Earnings Dates into Excel

  Asked By: Kristopher    Date: Feb 06    Category: MS Office    Views: 2599
  

I know that a lot of you use Excel for analysis, so hopefully this isn't to
far off topic. I know a bunch of websites that I can go to for a list of
the past and future earnings release dates for a company. However, I'm
trying to get the last earnings release date and the next earnings release
date auto populated into a two cells. So, if I had a symbol, say CSCO in
A1, I want the last earnings date in A2 and the next earnings date in A3.
Does anyone know of a way to do this? Or has written the logic in Excel
with this ability.

Ex. CSCO 2-6-07 5-8-07

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Answer #1    Answered By: Hilma Miller     Answered On: Feb 06

I have a free open-source add-in that can do that for you.
For example, these two formulas:

=RCHGetElementNumber("CSCO",1290)
=RCHGetElementNumber("CSCO",1295)

...return:

8-May-07
6-Feb-07

...from earnings.com. There is a template in the files area to return
the last 23 earnings announcements from earnings.com.

 
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