Version 5.1c of all applications in the GoFiler Suite has been released. This release contains improvements to XDX editing, validation, and processing as well as improvements for Page View, XBRL View, and other EDGAR forms. Additionally, this version contains updates to the quick keys to allow user to program custom quick keys.Continue reading "New Release (5.1c) for the GoFiler Family of..." »
Monday, November 25. 2019
XBRL US seeks public review and comment on version 11 of the Data Quality Committee (DQC) rules. The DQC rules aim to help filers limit mistakes and avoid data inconsistencies that can adversely affect analysis of reported financial information. The eleventh set of rules includes guidance for issuers using either the US GAAP or IFRS taxonomies.Continue reading "XBRL US Releases Data Quality Committee Ruleset 11" »
SEC Announces Conference on Macroeconomic and Structural Trends and Dynamics Affecting the Capital Markets
On November 20th, the SEC announced it will host a conference on December 4th entitled "The State of Our Securities Markets". This conference will bring together current and former government officials and experts from different areas of the private sector as it explores the ever-changing economic, risk, and market environments. In addition, what these changes mean for the structure and function of the securities markets will be discussed. In particular, the conference with focus on macroeconomic trends (including their influence on capital markets), changes to the global equity and credit markets (including how today's markets are different from those of the early 2000s), and market concentration and fragmentation within certain areas of the securities market (including relevant causes and potential risks and effects).
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In the EDGAR world, inline CSS can be used to style documents. However, CSS style sheets are not allowed. I recently ran into a case where document needed to be published on a system which was just the opposite — CSS classes are ok, but inline styles are verboten. A quick Legato script saved may hours of work by translating the inline styles to a style sheet.Continue reading "LDC #161: Quickly Adding CSS Classes to an..." »