Re: Historical Data for European Markets
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Posted by Mark on August 25, 2000 at 08:55:14:
In Reply to: Historical Data for European Markets posted by Richard Dorado on August 25, 2000 at 02:48:57:
: I am trading in Europe (Paris, Brussels and London) mainly and I have discovered your software.
: I've tried the Internet download and it works OK.
: But I've 2 remarks (I was using Yahoo-UK)
: First is that in the download is not mentioned if the value is current value or closing value, for test I connect during open hours and after, and it remains in the data and if I am coming back later I can not see the difference.
: Second do you know and plan to include a site with historical data from this 3 markets : Paris, London, Brussels?
: Thanks a lot
The quotes retrieved are whatever is being reported by the server at the
time you do the retrieve. Most of the quote servers offer 20 minute delayed
quotes. You can visit the server with your browser to find out more. For
links to all the servers see:
For historical prices from these sites you can check out marketeye. See
our "Tips & Tricks" page for more info on this.
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