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2021-08-17 09:34:12


I'm studying intraday charts of DAX and Dow indices (^GDAXI & ^DJI) using live data from IEX/Yahoo. I noticed neither source provides intraday volume for ^GDAXI.
Can anyone recommend a (preferably, free) source that would provide intraday volume for ^GDAXI?


2021-09-11 03:57:10


I have also observed that Yahoo is not providing volume data and if we use Interactive Brokers (IB) we will get that. You can try a guest in IB and use.

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