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    Does anyone where I can get a realtime (or daily) dump of all stock market data. Really looking for a data feed.

    Got a project going where I need daily updates, include PE, Dividend ratios, capital etc etc, into my main server.

    Any ideas?

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    All stock market data? Including the Bhutan RBSE?

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    Oh ok. FTSE & AIM stocks.

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    Google it
    http://code.google.com/apis/finance/

    You can create your own feed using Googles Finance API, not sure if it will do what you want but there is a developer API guide as well so you shoudl be bale to bolt on your own custom analytics.

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    realtime = £££

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    Quote Originally Posted by dozer View Post
    realtime = £££
    Indeed, Reuters pay a lot to the markets to obtain realtime data from a surprisingly large number of markets, their services are damn expensive, but totally reliable.
    Having looked after several Reuters feed systems the client side is as near to bomb proof as any high availability system I've ever worked on.

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