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It is possible to make a REST API call to OpenFIGI providing the ISIN to get the ticker in the response. Python code for getting ticker for ISIN=US4592001014: import requests url = 'https://api.openfigi.com/v1/mapping' headers = {'Content-Type':'text/json', 'X-OPENFIGI-APIKEY':'myKey' } payload = '[{"idType":"ID_ISIN","idValue":...


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The Dutch equivalent of the Securities & Exchange Commission is the so-called Autoriteit Financiële Markten. You can find the 'jaarverslagen', the Dutch equivalent of 10-K financial reports, on this page.


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There are several neat (and AFAICT completely undocumented) resources on NASDAQ's public FTP site. For your needs I would recommend: /SymbolDirectory/nasdaqlisted.txt = US Tape C equities /SymbolDirectory/otherlisted.txt = US Tape A/B equities (depending on the value of the ETF column) As for listings and delistings, I know I've seen those updated in /...


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For MCD, the 47¢ is a regular dividend on preferred stock (see SEC filing here). Common stock holders are not eligible for this amount, so you need to exclude this amount. For KMB, there was a spin-off of Halyard Health. From their IR page on the spin-off: Kimberly-Clark will distribute one share of Halyard common stock for every eight shares of ...


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Articles of Incorporation are used to help verify that your business is actually a business, and that it has the name you claim it has. There are quite a few entities that may wish to verify your business. For example, many banks that you wish to open a business account or loan with will likely request articles as a prerequisite. I've even had potential ...


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I don't know a free way to get access to this info on a daily basis other than perhaps squinting hard at CNBC's screen when they show their S&P heat map. However, that CBOE list looks accurate to me for the beginning of June. There were in fact 502 components on that date. (Interesting trivia: Here's a histogram of the population size of the S&P "...


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Looks like Zillow has the data you are looking for - including county, city and ZIP Code. You will have to export to Excel though. http://www.zillow.com/research/data/ I hope this helps!


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There is not a legitimate reason to respond to an unsolicited message from a stranger. Why don't you ask that person to justify their request?


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It's due to banking holidays. You need to look at a prior date, or use In the case of 12 Nov 2001, this was due to Remembrance Day (observed). Alternatively, don't use the Fed as a source! The forex markets had active trading on these days. Cheers, Richard.


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Stock price charts are usually adjusted for corporate actions which affect the price like splits and reverse splits. There was a 4-1 stock split by Apple on Aug 31, 2020 The Board of Directors has also approved a four-for-one stock split to make the stock more accessible to a broader base of investors. Each Apple shareholder of record at the close of ...


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You can download the daily Consolidated Tape from the link below. Click the "daily files tab" for FTP instructions. FTP is a very common protocol for dissemination of financial information. It is easy to set up an automated script or small application to download the file daily if needed. You should be able to produce a comprehensive historical list by ...


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You can infer some of the answers to your questions from the BATS exchange's market data page and its associated help page. (I'm pretty sure a page like this exists on each stock exchange's website; BATS just happens to be the one I'm used to looking at.) The Matched Volume section refers to all trades on a given date that took place on "lit" exchanges; ...


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There are no free reliable tick by tick data providers. The best data you will have access to for free is maybe 1 minute intervals. -I was a professional trader for a few years.


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Your inference in #1 is incorrect. The million dollars he has contributed is going to be part of the assets of the fund. This is common practice and is a way for the founder to express confidence that the fund will make money. He wants you to come up with a model that he can then use to trade those assets. Presumably he will give you some money if he ...


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I can't help feeling (based on this and your previous questions on similar topics) that you are going about things the wrong way. There is a website that provides individual sold house price data: https://nethouseprices.com/ which lets you search down to the "first half of postcode" level, but how can you tell from that whether "house prices ...


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You can export the index from here - http://us.spindices.com/indices/equity/sp-600


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Generally, the answer to the availability of holdings of a given mutual fund on a daily basis is no. Thus, an API is non-existent. The reasons for the lack of transparency on a daily basis is that it could/would impact the portfolio managers ability to trade. While this information would not necessarily permit individuals from front running the fund manager'...


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Spreadsheets need not be static, they can pull data from the web. This article describes the method you seek.


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There is a relatively straightforward transformation explained on the Wikipedia page here and on the links from that page. Note that this only applies to SEDOLs for instruments listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE). To convert SEDOL to ISIN you pad leading zeroes onto the SEDOL until you have 9 digits. Then you add the two letter country code (as ...


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Morningstar has that 10 history at http://financials.morningstar.com/ratios/r.html?t=JNJ&region=usa&culture=en-US


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The S&P report (aka STARS report) for each company has 10 years of financial data. These reports are available free at several online brokers (like E-Trade) if you have an account with the brokerage.


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The Federal Reserve Bank publishes exchange rate data in their H.10 release. It is daily, not minute by minute. The Fed says this about their data: About the Release The H.10 weekly release contains daily rates of exchange of major currencies against the U.S. dollar. The data are noon buying rates in New York for cable transfers payable in the ...


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Major financial sites and brokerages provide trustworthy data. There are sometimes differences in the way the data is presented. For example, the Price to Earnings ratio can be based on the past 12 months or the projected 12 months in the future. Dividend yield can be past for the year (trailing) or the next year (forward). Income and asset information can ...


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One thing you didn't mention is how long ago you moved to BAR. If it was recent, it's feasible that the data just hasn't made it through to the ATO yet. However, having said that, the ATO's general super search is a lost super search. It's meant to show you super that is in your name, but isn't in an account that you control. It's used to claim missing ...


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This is a complicated subject, because professional traders don't rely on brokers for stock quotes. They have access to market data using Level II terminals, which show them all of the prices (buy and sell) for a given stock. Every publicly traded stock (at least in the U.S.) relies on firms called "market makers". Market makers are the ones who ...


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I assume you're after a price time series and not a list of S&P 500 constituents? Yahoo Finance is always a reasonable starting point. Code you're after is ^GSPC: https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/%5EGSPC/history?p=^GSPC There's a download data button on the right side.


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The whole system is designed for commercial providers, not for individuals to directly access their own account information. In particular, to be an "Account Information Service Provider", you would need Professional Indemnity Insurance or a comparable guarantee, as specified in Article 5, paragraph 2 of PSD2. It's unlikely an individual could get that. ...


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