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If you're looking not to pay for subscriptions the google finance screener is pretty good. It uses reuters data. However it only outputs 30 results a page and doesn't export. So there's a lot of manual copy and pasting. Also I'm pretty sure that it leaves out some results.

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This questions comes up every 4 months in one form or another.  The most complete cheap source of data I find is ft.com.  They have very detailed info for all international stocks.  The cost for the digital is $300 / yr. I have managed to get away using their free service for detailed mining. I am not sure why but I am not supposed to. If they catch on to me I will probably cough up the $300 / yr.

 

Valueline I find is overrated. I did a trial subscription and their coverage universe is tiny.

 

 

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