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                                                   Where can I get global historical stock and bond index prices?


2014-02-06 05:15:08

With the U.S. stock market the second most expensive in the world (measured as total market cap / GDP) I am trying to develop a trading strategy in international stocks and bonds.

Where do I get historical data for international stock indexes such as Australia, Japan, Korea, Singapore, UK, Germany, France, Switzerland, Canada, Mexico etc *in local currency*? You get extra credit if you can point me towards bond market indexes in local currency as well :-)


2014-02-06 10:45:09


2014-02-07 06:25:44


Thanks clonex. The Quandl page for international stock markets is: However they get most of their data from Yahoo. Does anyone know if the data is in local currency or in USD?

Also, the interest rates data from Quandl for foreign governments is no longer available for download. Where can I get International historical government bond yields and corporate bond indexes?


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