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Bond CUSIP numbers serve to uniquely identify a bond and its issuer, and they can be looked up on Standard & Poor?s online database and its CUSIP Directory, LexisNexis explains. Alternative resources include directories ... More »

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To look up the CUSIP number of a mutual fund, find the fund's ticker symbol, navigate to the mutual fund company's website and find its list of mutual funds. The CUSIP is listed next to the ticker symbol. More »

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The CUSIP number of a particular company's stock can potentially be found on its official website, in a section written for potential investors. Investment companies such as Fidelity Investments also provide stock search... More »

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Searching for a CUSIP number for a particular company requires accessing either a database of identifiers owned by Standard & Poor's or a service with contracted use of the database, explains Investopedia. Fidelity Inves... More »

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Individuals can access the complete Committee on Uniform Security Identification Procedures directory by subscribing to the CUSIP database via Standard and Poor's, reports About.com. They can look up CUSIP numbers throug... More »

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You can find a bond CUSIP through a service that accesses the CUSIP database. Some examples of companies providing these services online are Fidelity Investments, Standard and Poor’s and Sallie Mae, notes About.com. More »

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A search by Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures number allows an investor to find a particular stock or bond, according to the Securities and Exchange Commission. All publicly traded U.S. and Canadi... More »

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