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Intrinio data is categorized using “data tags”, such as marketcap , netincome , and close_price . A data tag combined with a corresponding entity (security, company, index, bank, etc), will allow you to retrieve current and historical values from our system. For example, to retrieve the historical daily volume for Apple, you would use the volume data tag in conjuction with the AAPL ticker symbol.

Data Tags

Name Tag Type Units
Total Interest Expense
totalinterestexpense
Metric USD Interest expense on the income statement represents interest accrued during the period covered by the financial statements, and not the amount of interest paid over that period. While interest expense is tax-deductible for companies, in an individual's ...
Other Interest Expense
otherinterestexpense
Metric USD Other interest expense includes all interest not classified in other interest expense tags.
EBIT to Interest Expense
ebittointerestex
Coverage Float EBIT to Interest Expense is a measurement of how much a company is earning (EBIT) over its interest payments or how easily a company can pay interest on outstanding debt. A ratio of three means that a company is making three times its interest payment ...
Deposits Interest Expense
depositsinterestexpense
Metric USD Deposits interest expense includes all interest paid on deposits at the bank.
Short-Term Borrowings Interest Expense
shorttermborrowinginterestexpense
Metric USD Short term borrowings interest expense includes all interest on short term debt.
Long-Term Debt Interest Expense
longtermdebtinterestexpense
Metric USD Long term debt interest expense includes all interest on long term debt.
Capitalized Lease Obligations Interest Expense
capitalizedleaseobligationinterestexpense
Metric USD A capital lease is a contract entitling a renter to a temporary use of an asset, and such a lease has economic characteristics of asset ownership for accounting purposes. The capital lease requires a renter to add assets and liabilities associated with the ...
Net Interest Income / (Expense)
netinterestincome
Metric USD Net interest income is the difference between total interest income and total interest expense.
Total Other Income / (Expense), net
totalotherincome
Metric USD Total other income / (expense) is the sum of interest income and nonoperating income /(expense) less interest expense. This represents the entire amount of nonoperating income / (expense) for the company.
Federal Funds Purchased and Securities Sold Interest Expense
fedfundsandrepointerestexpense
Metric USD Federal funds, often referred to as fed funds, are excess reserves that commercial banks and other financial institutions deposit at regional Federal Reserve banks; these funds can be lent, then, to other market participants with insufficient cash on hand ...
NOPAT Less CapEx to Interest Expense
nopatlesscapextointex
Coverage Float
NOPAT to Interest Expense
nopattointerestex
Coverage Float
Operating Cash Flow Less CapEx to Interest Expense
ocflesscapextointerestex
Coverage Float
Operating Cash Flow to Interest Expense
ocftointerestex
Coverage Float
Total Non-Interest Expense
totalnoninterestexpense
Metric USD Noninterest expenses can include employee salaries and benefits, equipment and property leases, taxes, loan loss provisions and professional service fees. Companies will offset noninterest expenses by generating revenue through noninterest income.
Free Cash Flow to Firm to Interest Expense
fcfftointerestex
Coverage Float
EBIT Less CapEx to Interest Expense
ebitlesscapextointerestex
Coverage Float
Accrued Interest Payable
accruedinterestpayable
Metric USD Accrued interest is the amount of loan interest that has already occurred, but has not yet been paid to the lender by the borrower. The accrued interest will be reported by the borrower as both. an expense on its income statement, and. a current liability ...
Net Non-Operating Expense Percent
nnep
Effectiveness Percentage A non-operating expense is an expense incurred by a business that's unrelated to its core operations. The most common types of non-operating expenses relate to depreciation, amortization, interest charges or other costs of borrowing. Accountants sometimes ...
Net Non-Operating Expense
netnonopex
Metric USD A non-operating expense is an expense incurred by a business that's unrelated to its core operations. The most common types of non-operating expenses relate to depreciation, amortization, interest charges or other costs of borrowing.
Net Non-Operating Obligations
netnonopobligations
Metric USD A non-operating expense is an expense incurred by a business that's unrelated to its core operations. The most common types of non-operating expenses relate to depreciation, amortization, interest charges or other costs of borrowing.