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Historical TSRs and Dividends

I would like to receive a trial data feed of historical TSRs and dividends for FTSE all share, AIM and fledgling companies. I'm interested in understanding the best method of automating the process of receiving this rolling data feed say every month. Any advice would be appreciated.

If I can successfully and seemlessly consume the data, I would obviously sign up for a regular data feed from Thomson Reuters.

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Something like this?

Please feel free to reach out to me (joris.hoendervangers@thomsonreutrs.com / +31 20 535 5029) so I can get you in touch with a specialist located near you.


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I suggest you contact Thomson Reuters Sales team by either calling Thomson Reuters office nearest to you or by visiting the link below.
https://financial.thomsonreuters.com/en/contact-sales.html

The Sales team can advise you on which Thomson Reuters product best suits your needs. E.g. if you're looking to use Thomson Reuters data in an end user desktop application, then you should consider Thomson Reuters Eikon, which @Joris.Hoendervangers used in his illustration. And if you need to use the data in an enterprise application, then you should consider an enterprise product like DataScope Select or Datastream Web Services. Again the Sales team can provide the best advice and setup a trial.

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