Returns a list of company events for an equity asset.

About Equity Events

The outcome of events such as earnings releases can have a large effect on a stock's price, so it's useful for investors to know when those events are. Some events have documents associated with them, such as earnings transcripts or presentation. In these cases, the endpoint will provide a reference to the document for inclusion in your product.

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Event types

Events are classified according to the following types. Note that many of these are quite rare, so the most common events are typically related to earnings, presentations/conferences, and dividends.

  • BrokerageAnalystCalls
  • BrokerageAnalystMeetings
  • CompanyVisits
  • ConferencePresentations
  • Conferences
  • CorporateAnalystMeetings
  • CorporateCallsAndPresentations
  • EarningsCallsAndPresentations
  • EarningsReleases
  • ExDividends
  • GeneralAndPoliticalEvents
  • GuidanceCallsAndPresentations
  • IpoFilings
  • IpoLockupExpirations
  • IpoPricings
  • MergerAndAcquisitionCallsAndPresentations
  • OtherCorporate
  • SalesAndTradingStatementCallsAndPresentations
  • SalesAndTradingStatementReleases
  • SecondaryFilings
  • SecondaryPricings
  • SecondaryWithdrawals
  • ShareholderAndAnnualMeetings
  • StockSplits
  • SyndicateRoadshows

Response fields

See the glossary for more field descriptions

FieldDescription
eventIdAtom assigns a unique id to each event
assetsMetadata for assets related to an event
eventTypeSee Event types
nameEvent name
documentsArray of documents related to the event
documentIdThis can be used to retrieve a document using the Get Document by Id endpoint
dateDate & time of an event in Unix milliseconds
fyFiscal year associated with an earnings event
fqFiscal quarter (1-4) associated with an earnings event. fq=0 indicates that the event is associated with the entire fiscal year rather than with a specific quarter (eg. for an annual earnings event).
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