We do not keep or make available old vintages of IBES. The only real change should be split adjustments. While IBES attempts to apply split adjustments consistently you might get exactly what you need in the 'Unadjusted' IBES set that we carry. An older vintage might be needed to exactly replicate a prior written paper, but the latest unadjusted vintage should hold the same basic data for any broker/analyst forecast date and forecast period since these estimates are recorded as snapshots in time.
Articles in this section
- Joining IBES Adjustment Split Factor with the Detail History File
- What does a "0" Code for an Analyst represent?
- Getting LTG Estimates from IBES
- Data Item "actual EPS": Reported or Restated Data
- ADRs and Canadian Firms Covered in IBES
- IBES Estimate Flag (ESTFLAG)
- Distinguishing between Investment Bank Firms and "Independent Research" Firms
- Finding Information about the Number of Shares Outstanding (IBES)
- Converting IBES Industry Codes to SIC Codes
- Meaning of the Analyst Codes in IBES International Data