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MGMT 5660: International Management

Library, online, and web resources for "International Management" course. Includes country legal and economic resources; national constitutions.

Financial Reports

Overview from the Motley

  • Many foreign companies file with the SEC.
  • "The NYSE has a significant collection of foreign stocks listed, though they still represent a very small percentage of the market's overall listings. The NYSE has more than 400 companies based outside of the United States in its listings. The exchange has a high concentration of foreign companies based in Europe. The countries outside of the U.S. most represented on the NYSE are Bermuda, Canada, China, Japan, France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Brazil."
  • "NASDAQ has more than 300 international stocks in its listings. Unlike the NYSE, NASDAQ does not attract many European companies. It does have a large number of companies that are based in the Caribbean. Among the foreign locations with a sizable number of stocks listed on NASDAQ are Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands, Canada and Israel."

UNT Library databases with SEC filings (including the Form 10-K):

International Monetary Fund

International Finance Websites

Additional Links