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Futures, Forex and Indices Symbols

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This list of symbols includes Indices, Forex and Futures symbols. It can be used with the following end-of-day historical data downloader: Futures, Forex and Indices Data. The list is composed of 13 indices, 15 forex pairs and 62 futures contracts.

The symbols' list data includes the symbol name, the security name and the security group (Indices, Forex or Futures).
As an example:
The (30-Year Treasury bond) index has the following symbol name (TYX) and its group is (Indices).
The futures contract (Lean Hog Continuous Contract) has the following symbol (LH) and its group is (Futures).
The (Euro / US Dollar) forex pair has the following symbol name (EURUSD) and its group is (Forex).

The group field lets you easily separate securities for analyzing and backtesting purposes.

Data Sample:
COMPX - Nasdaq Composite Index
RUT - Russell 2000 Index
OEX - S&P 100 Index
EURAUD - Euro / Australian Dollar
EURCHF - Euro / Swiss Franc
DJ - Dow Jones Industrial Average Continuous Contract
DX - U.S. Dollar Index Continuous Contract
E7 - E-Mini Euro FX Continuous Contract
QH - Heating Oil miNY Continuous Contract
QM - Crude Oil miNY Continuous Contract
QN - Natural Gas miNY Continuous Contract
W - Wheat Continuous Contract
YG - Mini-sized Gold Continuous Contract
YI - Mini-sized Silver Continuous Contract


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