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US GAAP RSS Feed of XBRL Financials This is an hourly update of the most recent Interactive Data documents submitted under the "Interactive Data to Improve Financial Reporting" rule (Release No. 33-9002) using US GAAP as the base taxonomy. SEC Banking, Finance, and Insurance
Search the SEC website for the latest EDGAR filings This listing contains the most recent filings for the current official filing date (including filings made after the 5:30pm deadline on the previous filing day). Filings may be made Monday through Friday (except US Federal holidays). SEC Information and Communications
Full-Text Search of EDGAR Filing Data on This page allows users to search EDGAR filings using a full text search tool for all filings made on EDGAR in the last four years. SEC Information and Communications
Boolean and advanced searching for EDGAR data on This search allows users to enter complex boolean queries to access all but the most recent day's EDGAR filings on Filings are from 1994 to present. SEC Information and Communications
Key Mutual Fund Disclosures This search retrieves mutual fund prospectuses (also known as '485 filings'). SEC Banking, Finance, and Insurance
Mutual Fund Proxy Voting Records This search retrieves annual reports of proxy voting records (also known as N-PX filings) for mutual funds and other registered investment management companies. SEC Information and Communications
Search for Mutual Fund Filings This search retrieves filings made with the Commission from mutual funds. SEC Banking, Finance, and Insurance
Variable Insurance products This search retrieves information on Variable Insurance products that have been filed with the SEC and reside on SEC Banking, Finance, and Insurance
Investment Company Series and Class Information The Series and Class Report provides basic identification information for all active registered investment company series and classes that have been issued IDs by the Commission. Beginning on February 6, 2006, all open-end mutual funds (Form N-1A filers), insurance separate accounts organized as mutual funds (Form N-3 filers), insurance separate accounts organized as unit investment trusts (Form N-4 and Form N-6 filers). Investment companies (see adopting release <a href=""></a>) have been required to use these IDs when making their electronic filings with the Commission. Since February 6, 2006, series and class IDs have also been issued to a few closed-end funds (Form N-2 filers) and unit investment trusts that are not used to fund separate accounts (S-6 filers). SEC Business Enterprise
Fails-to-Deliver Data under 10,000 Shares between September 16, 2008 and July 1, 2009 This file contains the date, CUSIP numbers, ticker symbols, issuer name, price, and total number of fails-to-deliver (i.e., the balance level outstanding) recorded in the National Securities Clearing Corporation's ("NSCC") Continuous Net Settlement (CNS) system aggregated over all NSCC members for securities with a balance of total fails-to-deliver of under 10,000 shares between September 16, 2008 and June 30, 2009. Prior to January 21, 2010, this data was not available. The data include fails-to-deliver in equity securities. The values of total fails-to-deliver shares represent the aggregate net balance of shares that failed to be delivered as of a particular settlement date. Fails to deliver on a given day are a cumulative number of all fails outstanding until that day, plus new fails that occur that day, less fails that settle that day. The figure is not a daily amount of fails, but a combined figure that includes both new fails on the reporting day as well as existing fails. In other words, these numbers reflect aggregate fails as of a specific point in time, and may have little or no relationship to yesterday's aggregate fails. Thus, it is important to note that the age of fails cannot be determined by looking at these numbers. In addition, the underlying source(s) of the fails-to-deliver shares is not necessarily the same as the underlying source(s) of the fails-to-deliver shares reported the day prior or the day after. SEC Banking, Finance, and Insurance