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NYSE Index Closes

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The NYSE Index Closes item retrieves historical index closing values from the New York Stock Exchange website.

Eight indices data are downloaded by this item: (Symbols are added automatically to the Quote Database)
^NYSE_COMPOSITE: The NYSE Composite Index measures the performance of all stocks listed on the NYSE, including REITS, ADRs and tracking stocks. There are more than 2000 stocks in this index.
^NYSE_ENERGY: The NYSE Energy Index is a subset of the NYSE Composite Index. It is a sector index that tracks companies in the Energy Industry.
^NYSE_FINANCIAL: The NYSE Financial Index is a subset of the NYSE Composite Index. It is a sector index that tracks companies in the Financial Industry.
^NYSE_HEALTHCARE: The NYSE Health Care Index is a subset of the NYSE Composite Index. It is a sector index that tracks companies in the Health Care Industry.
^NYSE_INTERNATIONAL100: The NYSE International 100 is an index based on the largest 100 non-US common stocks listed on the NYSE.
^NYSE_TMT: The NYSE TMT Index tracks 100 NYSE listed-companies that are leaders in the technology, media and telecommunications sectors.
^NYSE_US100: The NYSE US 100 Index is comprised of the top 100 US companies that trade on the New York Stock Exchange.
^NYSE_WORLDLEADERS: The NYSE World Leaders Index is designed to measure the performance of the 200 world leaders across ten industry sectors.

Besides close values, this downloader also gets two other fields data: total_return and market_cap, these data are stored into a custom database "nyse_index".
Total_return: The total return of the index since the inception date.
Market_cap: The market capitalization of all the companies tracked by this index.

In QuantShare, there are several objects that retrieve data related to the New York Stock Exchange, if you are interested in short selling data, you can use NYSE Arca - Daily short sale data. NYSE Margin Debt is another object that let you download several time-series: margin debt, free cash accounts and the credit balances in margin accounts. For Market breadth data, you can use: Advance-Decline-Unchanged issues for NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ, Advancing-Declining-Unchanged volume for NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ and NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ 52-week high and low data.


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