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I hope this helps - the Core US Fundamentals database on Quandl ( covers 6,500+ companies, point-in-time, inc/exc restatements, active/delisted, up to 11 years history, 101 indicators, expanding coverage, daily updates. There's data for balance sheets, income statements, cash flow etc.


Typically due to news overnight, and sometimes, as you suggest, after hours trading. The stock prices you see in the chart are the prices at which trades occurred. Trades are discrete events, at discrete prices. The discontinuities you see in the chart are simply due to the market agreeing a different price on the following day. Those discontinuities occur ...

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