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Toronto Stock Exchange - historical data

by bug man, 3644 days ago
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The Toronto Stock Exchange is the main stock exchange in Canada. This item lets you download historical end-of-day data for companies listed in this exchange. Data for 1444 symbols are downloaded, parsed and inserted into your quote database. The data is grouped by month and thus can be downloaded very quickly (much faster than if you were using a downloader that gets data by symbol, example: the yahoo downloader) and used for example for screening or backtesting purposes. As with some other downloaders I have previously uploaded on QuantShare, this item does not download the most recent quotes. It only gets data until the end of the previous month. As an example: If I ran the downloader today (20 November 2009), the last date data for all symbols would be the 30 October 2009.

The symbols list along with the company title data can be added to your account using the following list of symbols item: Toronto Stock Exchange.

You can use the yahoo downloader to get the most recent quotes: Yahoo EOD historical quotes, you should also download the following list of symbols: Canada Stock Market Symbols

I should also mention that the data for some companies goes back to 1995.


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Object ID: 246


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