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Bond Amount Outstanding and Rating

What is the field for grabbing Bond Amount Outstanding by get_data()?

Besides, how can I get the bond rating by date specificly?

ek.get_data(RIC, ['TR.GR.Rating(BondRatingSrc=FTC:S&P:MDY)'])


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Hi @hongwaiwong,


To find any such fields, please use the Data Item Browser (DIB). A very good example of how one may use the DIB is shown in my colleague's article. As an example, I looked on the DIB for a bond (345370BR0) and searched for 'Outstanding', and found the field 'TR.CA.AmtOutstanding':



For ratings, I would point you towards this question where I talk about bond ratings in detail - I talk about the dates of ratings in the answer provided.


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