This dataset provides historical prices for equities trading on more than 50 global exchanges. Daily open, close, high, low, and volume statistics are reported. The historical depth of the time series available varies by equity.
US: BATS, CBOE, Chicago Mercantile Exchange (including GLOBEX), MDX, NASDAQ, NYSE, NYSE ARCA, NYSE MKT EQUITIES, OPRA, OTC BB, OTC PINK MARKETPLACE, OTHER OTC/NBB
Eastern Europe: Budapest, NASDAQ OMX BALTIC (RIGA, Tallinn, and Vilnius), Prague, Spot Regulated Market-BVB, STANDARD-CLASSICA-FORTS, Warsaw
Western Europe: Athens, Exchange S.A. cash market, BME (Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia), Borsa Italiana – Milan, Irish, London, Espanol, NYSE EURONEXT (Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon, Paris), Swiss, Vienna
Germany: Berlin, Dusseldorf, Munchen, Stuttgart, Bratislava, Deutsche Boerse Ag – Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, XETRA; Europe not elsewhere classified (NEC): CHI-X Europe, NYSE EURONEXT Cash Markets and Indices, NYSE EURONEXT LIFFE, SWX Europe
Nordic: NASDAQ OMX NORDIC (Copenhagen, Helskinki, Iceland, Stockholm)
Asia-Pacific: Bombay, Hong Kong, KOSDAQ, Korea, India, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Singapore, Taiwan, Tokyo
Canada: CNSE, Montreal, Toronto, TSX, TSX Venture
South America: BOVESPA, Lima, Santiago
Middle East: Muscat, Tel Aviv
Australia/New Zealand: ASX, NZE
Data are provided by Xignite, who delivers on-demand financial market data covering global equities, commodities, currencies, options, fixed income, mutual funds, derivatives, and OTC (“over-the-counter” or those traded in a context other than a formal exchange) instruments.
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