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News & Events

The News & Events page presents a chronological list of continuously updated news stories from well-known independent sources, as well as a calendar of past, current, and upcoming events relevant to the stock. With log in, you can view and filter significant news items that could affect your stock's performance. You can also listen to corporate conference calls and other events via audio webcast.

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Where do the news items come from?

News and significant news items stories come from well-known independent sources such as Reuters and CBS MarketWatch.

How often are the news items updated?

News items are continuously updated.

What is significant news?

Fidelity displays significant news stories that could affect your stock's performance, including:

Labor strikes, natural disasters, and other such events that could also have a significant impact on a stock are not included in significant news.

Significant news is provided by Capital IQ.

How often are the significant news items updated?

Significant news items are updated multiple times each business day. You must be logged in to view significant news items.

Can I change the way I view the list of significant news items?

If you log in, you can limit the types of articles you receive, choosing among News Stories, Trading Activity reports, Company Events & Corporate Actions, and Analyst Actions. You may also use the drop-down menu to filter the list of significant news items to show only those from the last 7, 30, or 90 days.

What are conference calls and events?

Corporate conference calls, available as audio webcasts, let you listen to earnings and conference calls alongside institutional investors.

How can I listen to conference calls or other online events?

You must have the RealPlayer or Windows Media Player plugin installed to listen to conference calls. You can download the free RealPlayer plugin from Real.com, or the free Windows Media Player plugin from Microsoft.com.

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