The established service provides free, unrestricted access to raw data for customers for its financial market information. The same publish/subscribe and request/response interactions available via its proprietary interface can be accessed via API. This functionality gives access to data on current market trades, either real-time or delayed, along with reference data on reference data, historical information, and records of intraday trading.
API methods support selection by security using standard ticker symbols and the provider's own "Open Symbology" across classes of securities. Effective dates and date ranges may also be specified to retrieve historical results. Sources of pricing data are designated.
Recent tech advancements for stock trading are changing the game for brokerages. APIs that analyze sentiment or predict prices based on historical data can up the ante for stock trading apps. We've sifted through hundreds of API entries in our Stocks category to bring readers these highlights.
Bloomberg has launched Enterprise Access Point, a website that provides "ready-to-use" datasets which includes regulatory, pricing, and reference. The website also allows clients to use a RESTful API to programmatically retrieve complete and comprehensive data from Bloomberg's publishing platform.
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The financelayer API was built to provide a powerful, scalable yet easy-to-use REST API interface delivering worldwide live and historical financial news data in handy JSON format. The API comes with...