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I have set up an Excel spreadsheet that automatically gets the Financial Statement information using the RCH functions. However, no matter which service I use (Reuters, Google, etc.) the numbers are not matching what DELL has published in their 10K. Why is this happening? Is there a workaround?Some examples might help?However, from what I've seen in writing the add-in and looking at financial statements on the various services, they tend to "pigeon hole" the information differently because they publish fewer line items than the 10-K filings have.For the general items, they are usually OK, but when you get down to the finer level of detail, there is little consistency. I've even seen cases where "Cash and Equivalents" is significantly different between services because of how they treat the applicable (by their definition) sub-items. For example, some include "Restricted Cash", others do not.
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