Archive of economic news release times/dates?

Noodles

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JIMVT

I'm assuming you want this to check how the market moved after significant (or otherwise) reports.

I don't know of any site that archives in such a way that is user friendly, but if you go to http://biz.yahoo.com/c/e.html from there you can opt look to look at last weeks and from there the previous week and so on...Yes, very tedious but from here you will see in the URL address bar that you can play with the page number ie http://biz.yahoo.com/c/ec/200348.html and change it to go back in time. Note that it is not a continuous range so you may have to shoot in the dark to find what you want. I got back to May 2001 before I got bored.
 

jimvt

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Thanks Gus and Noodles.

Noodles, like you, after a while I couldn't stand the tedium of extracting information this way (full respect for perservering as far as you did!).

If anyone knows of a site that contains historical info in a user friendly way, I'm all ears.

Cheers
 

Noodles

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Hi Jim

Actually I've just realised that Briefing.com do a friendly archive... but only on their Gold service which costs $9.95 per month - buttons for a man of substantial means like yourself I'm sure. In my view, though, it's worth it as a high quality, all in one news content source. That said, if you added up the cost of all those little services we subscribe to....................
 

jimvt

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Rozin

Thanks for the link -just what I was looking for.
I suspect "enjoy" is unduly optimistic though.

Jim
 
 
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