If a company makes an alteration of share capital (such as securities conversion or capital increase), such activity would not be declared immediately. In general, the information of altering share capital is updated quarterly.
However, TEJ’s database calculates alteration of share capital immediately after a company’s ex-dividend date is announced. Therefore, differences might be found in the data released by Market Observation Post System (MOPS) and TEJ at a time.
The monthly revenue in TEJ’s database originated from the financial status in the company’s announcement that month, meanwhile, the data of monthly revenue for the same period in the previous year should be updated.
The above mentioned data is mainly based on what the company has announced. In order not to confuse the users, TEJ would not adjust the data of monthly revenue, meaning that the monthly revenue in TEJ’s database would be the data the company first released that month. Therefore, comparison between the past and the current data is feasible.
According to the Securities and Exchange Act, listed companies should publicly announce and register with the Competent Authority the operating status for the preceding month within the first ten days of each calendar month. Such operating status should include monthly revenue, monthly revenue for the same period in the previous year, cumulative revenue this year, cumulative revenue for the same period in the previous year, year on year growth rate…etc.
Profit related data mainly comes from self-accounted profit and loss, important news, Investor Conference, and financial statement; therefore, the database will be updated irregularly.