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31 Forex Pairs Historical Data

by Tom Huggens, 3511 days ago
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The item retrieves historical end-of-day data, including close, high, low and open prices, for 31 currency pairs. A list of available forex pairs can be found here 31 Forex Pairs.

Steps to follow:
- Go to 31 Forex Pairs and install this list of symbols. This will add 31 currency pairs to your symbols database. This list is mandatory because it contains a unique numeric value in the "Name1" field of each symbol. The "Name1" is then used by this object to recognize the currency pair and to download EOD quotes.
- Download the current item, select it in the "Download Manager", open it and finally click on "Download". This downloader is limited to one thread and it has a wait period that lasts few seconds between each currency pair's download, because the data provider does not allow too many requests within a short period. This isn't really an issue, since there are not many symbols to download and the entire downloading process takes less than 3 minutes.

Forex-related trading objects:
Currency Pairs Calendar Data gets calendar releases for several forex pairs; the releases are saved in a custom intraday database and associated with the appropriate symbols. Each release contains the following fields: The country that released the event, the description of the event, the importance of the event, the actual release value, the forecasted release value and the previous release value.

You can use Forex Quotes to download forex data for currency pairs that are not available here. Example: U.S. Dollar/Russian Ruble or U.S. Dollar/Germany Deutsche Marks.

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