Intrinio is pleased to announce the addition of QUODD to the Intrinio Financial Data Marketplace. Intrinio users can now access more than a dozen real-time stock, index, commodities, forex, and options price feeds through QUODD's low latency exchange connections.
This article explains which data feeds are included and how they can be accessed by different types of users.
Which Data Feeds Are Included
All feeds include streaming bid, ask, last price, and volume data for the securities on those particular exchanges. Here is the list:
- NASDAQ: Prices for securities trading on the NASDAQ exchange
- NYSE A: Prices for securities trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
- NYSE B: Prices from the NYSE for stocks formerly trading on the AMEX
- OPRA Real-Time Options: Equity and index option prices from 15 exchanges
- OTC stocks: Real time prices from 3 over the counter markets
- Consolidated feed: This feed brings together trades from multiple exchanges
- NASDAQ UTP: Best bid and offer (BBO) quotes from exchanges with unlisted trading privileges (UTP)
- NYSE MKT: Real time prices for the NYSE MKT Exchange
- NYSE Indices: Index and ETF prices from NYSE including NAV & IPV
- NYMEX Futures: Streaming oil, electricity, coal, and agriculture futures
- FTSE Russell Indices: Russell index prices including NAV and settlement values
- Dow Jones Averages: S&P 500, DJ Industrial, and other popular averages
- COMEX Futures: Precious metal futures
- CME Futures: Real time futures for FX, equity indices, and livestock contracts
- CBOE Indices: 282 index values from S&P and CBOE for volatility and S&P indices
- NASDAQ Indices: Index, ETF, fixed income, composition, and exchange rates from NASDAQ's GIDS service
Accessing the Feeds
Currently, all QUODD real time feeds are available for enterprise customers via REST API. Investment firms, corporations, websites, and other institutions that need real time stock prices should request a consultation with our sales team.
In addition to our REST API, we also offer access via WebSocket and SDKs in many popular coding languages: