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Yahoo News

by QuantShare, 777 days ago
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Download stock Headlines from yahoo website.
Just select the symbols and press download.

The news will be saved in a database whose name is 'yahoo_news'.

This downloader use a pre-script to get the news provider name and store it in the category database field.

The downloader grabs the data from the current RSS: http://finance.yahoo.com/rss/headline?s=Symbol Name






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Type: Download Script

Object ID: 88


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Market: Stock Market

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