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Finance Dictionary and Glossary of Investment Terms
Unaudited document required by the SEC for all U.S. public companies, reporting the financial results for the quarter and noting any significant changes or events in the quarter. The Form 10-Q contains financial statements, a discussion from the management, and a list of "material events" that have occurred with the company (such as a stock split or acquisition). also called quarterly report.
A quarterly report filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission by public companies. It''s much less comprehensive than the 10-K that companies must file annually, and the financial results contained in the 10-Q typically haven''t been audited.