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Tear sheet

A page from an S&P stock that provides information on thousands of stocks, often sent to prospective purchasers.
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Tear Sheet

Informal; a brief statement of information Standard & Poor's compiles and disseminates on various publicly-traded companies. Investment advisers and brokers often share tear sheets with clients to encourage them to invest in certain companies. Originally, these were actual one-page summaries that one could tear out of a book, but most tear sheets are now available online.
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tear sheet

A page from one of the security reports published by Standard & Poor's in loose-leaf binders. Customers frequently ask registered representatives to send them tear sheets on particular securities.
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