Series analyzer for FL793164113.Q

Domestic financial sectors; public corporate equities (equal to total before 1996q4); liability

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Beginning 1996, level is the sum of the market value of common and preferred equity for U.S. domestic financial corporations. The level of common equity is calculated from CRSP micro data as the sum of shares outstanding times share price at the end of the quarter. Financial firms (based on 2-digit SIC codes) from CRSP include ETFs, REITs, closed-end funds, and exclude ADRs and foreign corporations. The level of total financial and nonfinancial preferred equity is benchmarked to data from Standard and Poor's and is calculated for other periods using a perpetual inventory method based on transactions data from Thomson Financial and the Standard and Poor's U.S. Preferred Stock Index. Total preferred stock is then allocated between financial and nonfinancial corporations using a ratio from Standard and Poor's Compustat. Prior to 1996, financial business' public corporate equities also includes financial business' closely held corporate equities ( FOF series FL793164123). Series has no transactions component.

Last edited on: 03/28/2016
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FOF CodeDescription
+ FL793164113.QDomestic financial sectors; public corporate equities (equal to total before 1996q4); liability
+ FV793164113.QDomestic financial sectors; public corporate equities (equal to total before 1996q4); liability

Used in:
FOF CodeDescription
+ FL793164105.QDomestic financial sectors; corporate equities; liability
+ LM793164113.QDomestic financial sectors; public corporate equities (equal to total before 1996q4); liability
+ FL793164115.QDomestic financial sectors; corporate equities (excluding closely held); liability