Ethics - Misrepresentation (citing data)

I remember in the past few years there was some exception to the rule of citing the source of data you use. For example, it said something like statistics/charts etc. from widely available financial publications like the FED do not have to be cited.

I looked over this year’s misrepresentation section and can’t find that anywhere. Does anyone know if this is still true, or did the guidline change?

no change…if its bloomberg or the wall street journal i don’t think you need to cite it

is this only in reference to pricing data or an interest rate etc? Anything like a study in the wall st journal must be cited, correct?