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November 22, 2010

How to reference financial data

Using the Harvard Style a reference for financial data taken from an electronic resource should follow the format of:

Author (Year of publication or the current year for data that is frequently updated) Descriptive title of the data [online]. Available from: URL or name of database [Accessed: date the data was accessed]

Reference list example: Thomson Reuters (2010) FTSE100 daily price index 2005-2010. Available from: Datastream. [Accessed: 18/11/2010]

In-text example: (Thomson Reuters 2010)


November 19, 2010

How to reference market research reports

Using the Harvard Style a reference for a printed market research report should follow the format of:

Author (Year of publication) Report Title. Place of publication: Publisher

Reference list example: Mintel (2009) Food Retailing - UK. London: Mintel

In-text example: (Mintel 2009)


Using the Harvard Style a reference for an electronic market research report should follow the format of:

Author (Year of publication) Report Title [online]. Available from: URL [Accessed: date the report was accessed]

Reference list example: Mintel (2009) Food Retailing - UK [online]. Available from: http://academic.mintel.com [Accessed: 18/11/2010]

In-text example: (Mintel 2009)


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