Here is the easiest, fastest way to find out daily stock prices from 1984 to the present.
Stock Prices from 1984 – Present are available in
Standard and Poor’s Netvantage.
Mutual Fund Prices are available from 1998 on….
Once inside, click on Daily Price Record. Voila!
we have print records for stock prices going back to 1972.
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These are great resources for targeted industry research reports.
Note: these resources are restricted to current Texas State students, faculty, and staff.
First Research available here
Ibis World available here
The best databases for finding case studies are
Limit under to case study under document type.
Emerald (do not click on the tab marked “case studies,” instead do a keyword search for “case studies” and whatever you are researching. Emerald is management oriented.)
Business Source Complete.(limit under publication type to case study)
Whatever database you use, I recommend you also do a keyword search for case studies and your topic.
Many people read investment reports before investing in a stock or mutual fund.
We have two of the best in
Valueline and Standard and Poor’s. They cover stocks and mutual funds as well as other investments. If you are using Standard and Poor’s to search for stocks, enter the stock and then choose stock reports on the left side of the screen. An investment report should appear!
Here’s how you find the Wall Street Journal. You could get a paper copy on the third floor in periodicals. The most recent edition is kept at the periodicals desk.
Or, you can read the Journal online in
ABI Inform. You can browse a daily edition by setting the date to one day only.
Older editions (1889-1995) are
available fulltext online at ProQuest Historical Newspapers.
complete list of our Wall Street Journal links.
Here are some ways to find out which countries have signed what kind of treaties. Also, bear in mind that membership in international organizations de facto carries some kinds of agreements and cooperation (i.e. European Union).
on the internet:
Organization of American States Free Trade Agreements
U.S. Free Trade Agreements
GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade). Avoid www.gatt.org, one of the most famous protest sites on the internet.
UN Database of Treaties – All treaties entered into by any member state.
CIA World Factbook – see which international organizations a country belongs to. Choose your country and click on government to the bottom of the screen.
Treaties in Force – Treaties America has signed.
Lexis Nexis for the full text of lapsed and current U.S. Treaties.
In Lexis Nexis, go to 1) Search by content type then 2) European Union, Commonwealth and Foreign Nations Tab 3) choose your selection from the box.