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Luxembourg Stock Exchange Prices

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This data is available via Web API, Excel, Google Sheets format.

Affordable EOD Prices from Luxembourg

This data feed provides end of day prices (EOD) from the Luxembourg Stock Exchange in Luxembourg. The data is available from the most recent close of trading and historically back to 2007. High, low, open, close, and volume are available in addition to adjusted prices for splits and dividends. Exchange Data International validates the prices for release at the end of the trading day on the exchange, making them available through Intrinio’s API and Excel add-in.

Easy Access Via Excel or API

Developers can access all historical prices for the exchange with simple syntax

Developers can access all historical prices for the exdate in their spreadsheet each day. Chat support and tutorials are available to get you started. This data feed was designed to make it easy and affordable to track the entire exchange using your preferred access method.

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Features
  • High, Low, Open, Close Prices
  • Additional Prices Adjusted for Splits and Dividends
  • Volume and Split Ratios
  • Data Back to 2007
  • Daily Updates with the Latest EOD Prices

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Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find the most frequently asked questions about this data feed. We have also curated some resources to help you get started, listed on the right. As always, feel free to chat with us if you have any questions.
How much history is available?
  • Daily history is available back to 2007.

What data is included in this feed?
  • Latest end of day and historical end of day adjusted and unadjusted open, high, low, close, volume, split ratio and ex-dividend.
I need pricing data for several international exchanges - how much would this cost?
  • EDI offers bundled discounts when subscribing to several or more of their exchanges. For a quote, please contact us here with the exact exchanges you're interested in: Chat with us
What time of day is this data updated in your system?
  • Latest EOD prices are updated as soon as they become available from the exchange some time after each specific market close, so this varies between exchanges. For a list of all exchanges with their corresponding estimated availability times, please see EDI's Estimated Time Available table here (scroll over to see view the "ETA Confirmed" column).
Are delisted securities included?
  • Yes, delisted securities are included back to 2007.
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Welcome to the Intrinio Financial Data Platform! Through our Financial Data Marketplace, we offer a wide selection of financial data feeds sourced by our own proprietary processes as well as from many data vendors. The Intrinio API uses HTTPS verbs and a RESTful endpoint structure, which makes it easy to request data from Intrinio. Basic Authentication is administered over HTTPS. Responses are delivered in JSON format.

Getting Started

First, you'll need an Intrinio account for your API access credentials.

Sign Up for API Access

If you have an Intrinio account you can view your Account API Access Keys here.

For a quick-start guide to our API, please see the tutorial.

If you need additional help using the API, chat with us.

Authentication

Private

You can find your API Key(s) on your Account API Access Keys page.

You must include a valid API Key with every request in-order to access to the API.

If your API Key is not authorized, a status code of 401 will be returned.

URL Parameter Authentication

Simply include your API Key in the HTTPS request by specifying an api_key URL parameter set to the value of your API Key.

For example:

https://api.intrinio.com/prices?identifier=AAPL&api_key={{base64_encoded_api_key}} https://api.intrinio.com/prices?identifier=AAPL&api_key=OjA1ZTFiNGZiN2U4Y2JlNjAwNzE0OGQ4YjM2YTFmNjRk

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Authorization Header Authentication

Include your API Key in the HTTPS request by specifying an Authorization header with the value:

Bearer [API_KEY]

Simply replace [API_KEY] with your valid API Key.

For example:

Authorization: Bearer {{base64_encoded_api_key}} Authorization: Bearer OjA1ZTFiNGZiN2U4Y2JlNjAwNzE0OGQ4YjM2YTFmNjRk

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For public/untrusted environments (such as client-side JavaScript), use our public key authentication over HTTPS.

You can create a Public Access Key on your Account Access Keys page. Make sure to specify all domains from which this key may be used. Any domain not listed will be rejected by the API. For development purposes, localhost is listed as a domain by default. Make sure to delete this domain before going to production.

To include a public key in your HTTPS request, specify it as the value of an X-Authorization-Public-Key header.

If your public key is not authorized, a status code of 401 will be returned.

Response Codes

Intrinio uses normal HTTP response codes to indicate the success or failure of an API request. A response code of 200 indicates success and codes in the 4xx range indicate an error that failed given the information provided, and codes in the 5xx range indicate an error with Intrinio’s servers (these are rare).

The Intrinio API uses the following error codes:

Code Meaning
200 OK – Everything worked as expected
401 Unauthorized – Your User/Password API Keys are incorrect
403 Forbidden – You are not subscribed to the data feed requested
404 Not Found – The endpoint requested does not exist
429 Too Many Requests – You have hit a limit. See limits
500 Internal Server Error – We had a problem with our server. Try again later.
503 Service Unavailable – You have hit your throttle limit or Intrinio may be experiencing high system load.

Paging

Often there is too much information in our system to serve in a single request of reasonable size. Therefore we limit results to a certain number per request and provide you with paging information which can be used to retrieve the remaining pages of data.

In the Web API, you will notice that most requests contain paging information.

File Downloads may have paging information as well, listed in the first row.

In order to request the next page of data, append a page_number parameter to your request:

https://api.intrinio.com/companies
https://api.intrinio.com/companies?page_number=2
https://api.intrinio.com/companies?page_number=3

Limits

The Intrinio API employs several reasonable limits to ensure that stable, reliable service is provided to all users. These limits can vary based on the type of API request you are making. If you hit an API limit, the response will contain a 429 code and an explanation of the limit.

Daily Request Limits

Most data feed subscriptions have limited daily usage. This means that you can make up to a certain number of API requests in a 24-hour period (resetting at midnight Eastern). To view the limits for a data feed subscription, go to your Account page, click on Subscriptions, click on the subscription in question, and click on Limits.

Per-Minute Request Limits

Some data feed subscriptions have limited usage per x minutes. This means that you can make up to a certain number of API requests in x minutes. Common timeframes are 10 minutes and 1 minute.

Per-Second Request Limits

Certain high-workload API request are limited by the second. This means that you can make up to a certain number of API requests per second.

Paging Limits

API endpoints that return a list of data often employ paging to allow users to retrieve the rest of the data. Below are the default and maximum page sizes for various endpoints:

Endpoint Default Page Size Maximum Page Size
historical_data 1,000 10,000
All others 100 10,000

Certain requests are considered "high-paging" and are subject to additional limits:

  • Requests with a page size that is higher than the Default Page Size
  • Requests with a page offset greater than or equal to the Maximum Page Size

These request are limited by:

User Type High-Paging Request Limit
Free 1 per minute
Paid 1 per second
Custom Contact Sales

Bulk Request Limits

Certain API endpoints allow you to make "bulk" requests that return all of the available data. These requests are limited by:

User Type Bulk Request Limit
Free 1 per minute
Paid 1 per second
Custom Contact Sales

Throttle Limits

Users enjoying free data feed subscriptions only are limited to 100 requests per second.

Timeout Limits

Each request must be fulfilled within 25 seconds, otherwise it will be dropped with a 503 error. Given the flexibility of our endpoints and the complexity of potential API requests, we leave it to the users to fashion requests which can be satisfied in a reasonable time.

Usage & Limits

The following endpoints will help you to check your API access, limits, and usage:

Note: this is limited to data feeds with daily API requests limits.

Endpoints

Below are all of the API endpoints available for this data feed:

Welcome to the Intrinio Financial Data Platform! Through our Data Marketplace, we offer a wide selection of financial data feeds sourced by our own proprietary processes as well as from many data vendors. The Intrinio Excel Add-In allows you to access a variety of datasets right in Excel, using simple, intuitive functions.

The Excel Add-in works on both Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows versions of Excel.

If you need additional help, chat with us.

Getting Started

For a quick guide to getting started with our Excel Add-In, please see the Tutorial.

Functions

Below are all the functions available for this data feed:

Welcome to the Intrinio Financial Data Platform! Through our Data Marketplace, we offer a wide selection of financial data feeds sourced by our own proprietary processes as well as from many data vendors. All of our data is available for download in the CSV (comma-separated values) format.

If you need additional help, chat with us.

Getting Started

For a quick guide to getting started with our CSV Download functionality, please see the Tutorial.

Authentication

When using the download links, your browser will prompt you for a username and password. These credentials correspond to your access keys, which can be found in your Account page.

Limits

CSV Downloads are limited according to the matrix below. If you exceed the limit, the system will return a 429 error. If you need to download a larger dataset, we recommend browsing our Financial Data Downloads , which allow you to download massive datasets for a flat fee.

User Type CSV Download Limit
Free 1 per minute
Paid 1 per second
Custom Contact Sales

Paging

Sometimes there is too much information in our system to put into a single file of reasonable size. Therefore we limit file downloads to 10,000 rows. In order to retrieve the rest of the rows, you will have to request the second "page" of results. The first row of each file will contain paging information: RESULT_COUNT: 6342 , PAGE_SIZE: 10000 , CURRENT_PAGE: 1, TOTAL_PAGES: 1 , API_CALL_CREDITS: 1

  • RESULT_COUNT tells you how many total rows there are in our system
  • PAGE_SIZE tells you how many records you are fetching per page
  • CURRENT_PAGE tells you which page you are currently viewing
  • TOTAL_PAGES tells you how many total pages there are
  • API_CALL_CREDITS tells you how many API calls credits your request consumed

If the TOTAL_PAGES field in your file is greater than 1 and you want to see the other pages, append a page_number parameter to the URL:

https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv?type=economic&page_number=1
https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv?type=economic&page_number=2
https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv?type=economic&page_number=3

To exclude the paging information from your file, include a hide_paging parameter in the URL:

https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv?type=economic&page_number=1&hide_paging=true

URL Formatting

URLs must be formatted correctly in order for file downloads to be processed successfully. Here are examples of correct URLs:

https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv
https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv?type=economic
https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv?type=economic&query=GDP
https://api.intrinio.com/data_point.csv?identifier=AAPL&item=marketcap,beta

Here are examples of incorrect URLs:

https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv&type=economic
https://api.intrinio.com/indices.csv?type=economic?query=GDP
https://api.intrinio.com/data_point.csv?identifier=AAPL&item=marketcap/beta

Here is a key to the different parts of a URL:

https://api.intrinio.com /data_point.csv ? identifier = AAPL & item = marketcap,beta
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  2. The location of the data you are trying to access.
  3. The separator between the URL address and the URL parameters.
  4. The name of the URL parameter.
  5. The separator between the name of the URL parameter and the value of the URL parameter.
  6. The value of the URL parameter.
  7. The separator between URL parameters.
  8. The name of the URL parameter.
  9. The separator between the name of the URL parameter and the value of the URL parameter.
  10. The value of the URL parameter. Note some parameters allow multiple values - separate them with a comma.

Functions

Below are all of the CSV file downloads available for this data feed:

Returns the most recent data point for a selected identifier (ticker symbol, stock market index symbol, CIK ID, etc.) for a selected tag. Income statement, cash flow statement, and ratios are returned as trailing twelve months values. All other data points are returned as their most recent value, either as of the last release financial statement or the most recent reported value.

Endpoint:

Parameters

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Name Description Example
identifier
* required
An identifier, which can be a security ticker, SEC CIK ID, FRED Series ID, etc. AAPL
item
* required
An item, which can be a data tag or a special code. marketcap
hide_paging
* required
Hide first row of paging information.
Options:
true
-

Output Fields

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Name Description Type Example
identifier the ticker or identifier for the data point string AAPL
item the requested standardized tag or series ID string name

Historical Data

Returns the historical data for for a selected identifier (ticker symbol or index symbol) for a selected tag. Income statement, cash flow statement, and ratios are returned as trailing twelve months values by default, but can be changed with the type parameter. All other historical data points are returned as their value on a certain day based on filings reported as of that date.

Parameters

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Name Description Example
identifier
* required
An identifier, which can be a security ticker, SEC CIK ID, FRED Series ID, etc. AAPL
item
* required
An item, which can be a data tag or a special code. marketcap
start_date
* required
The earliest date for which to return data. 2018-04-02
end_date
* required
The latest date for which to return data. 2018-5-03
frequency
* required
The frequency of the historical prices & valuation data.
Options:
daily
weekly
monthly
quarterly
yearly
yearly
type
* required
The type of historical data to fetch. For financial statements, the type reflects the type of financial statement. For Sector data, the type reflect the aggretation (mean, median, max, min) type of the data.
Options:
FY
QTR
TTM
YTD
count
sum
max
75thpctl
mean
median
25thpctl
min
FY
sequence
* required
An integer 0 or greater for calling a single historical data point from the first entry, based on sort order. 0
show_date
* required
If true, the function will return the date value, and if false the function will return the data point value for a given query.
Options:
Yes
Yes
page_number
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the page number for the return values. 4
page_size
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the number of results on each page. 10
hide_paging
* required
Hide first row of paging information.
Options:
true
true

Output Fields

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Name Description Type Example
identifier the ticker or identifier for the data point - AAPL
item the requested standardized tag or series ID - marketcap
date the date associated with the value of the data tag - 2016-12-31
value the value of the Intrinio tag of the financial data point - 45936

Returns security list and information for all securities covered by Intrinio.

Endpoint:

Parameters

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Name Description Example
query
* required
A string query search of security name or ticker symbol with the returned results being the relevant securities in compacted list format. AAPL
identifier
* required
The identifier for the legal entity or a security associated with the security. A
exch_symbol
* required
The Intrinio Stock Market Symbol, to specify the exchange for the list of securities. NYSE
last_crsp_adj_date
* required
A date value that returns the list of securities that have had adjusted stock prices due to a corporate event after this date. 2017-12-29
us_only
* required
Return only US-based securities.
Options:
Yes
Yes
page_number
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the page number for the return values. 3
page_size
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the number of results on each page. 15
hide_paging
* required
Hide first row of paging information.
Options:
true
-

Output Fields

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Name Description Type Example
ticker the stock market ticker symbol associated with the companies common stock securities string A
figi_ticker the OpenFIGI ticker symbol string A:UN
figi the OpenFIGI identifier string BBG000C2V541
composite_figi the OpenFIGI composite-level identifier string BBG000C2V3D6
composite_figi_ticker the OpenFIGI composite-level ticker string BBG00B3T3HD3
security_name the security description as provided by the exchange string Alcoa Corp
market_sector the type of market for the security string Equity
security_type the type of security, such as Common Stock, Preferred Stock, Warrants, Limited Partnership Interests, etc. string Ordinary Shares
stock_exchange the Stock Exchange (and market category) where the company’s common stock is primarily traded string NYSE
last_crsp_adj_date the last recorded date (“YYYY-MM-DD”) of an CRSP adjustment made to prior prices due to a stock split or dividend event. date 2017-12-29
figi_uniqueid the security’s unique FIGI identifier string EQ0000000045469815
share_class_figi the security’s share class FIGI identifier string BBG00B3T3HF1
figi_exch_cntry the security’s FIGI country of the exchange string US
currency the security’s traded currency on the listed exchange string USD
mic the Market Identification Code for the Stock Exchange where the security is listed. string XNYS
exch_symbol the Intrinio Stock Exchange Symbol used as an identifier on the Intrinio API. string ^XNYS
etf a boolean to represent whether the security is an ETF or otherwise boolean false
delisted_security if the security is no longer traded on public exchanges, the security will be considered delisted and the security no longer will report pricing data. boolean false
primary_listing a boolean to represent whether the security is the primary issue or a secondary issue of the security on a different stock exchange. boolean true
previous_tickers An array of ticker symbols that this security previously traded under array -

Sample Data

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Security Master

Not available for this access method

Security Lookup

Not available for this access method

Stock Exchanges

Returns stock exchange list and information for all stock exchanges covered by Intrinio.

Parameters

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Name Description Example
identifier
* required
An identifer for a stock exchange, which can be the MIC, symbol, or acronym. XLON
query
* required
A string query search of stock exchange name or MIC with the returned results being the relevant stock exchanges in compacted list format. London
page_number
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the page number for the return values. 2
page_size
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the number of results on each page. 10
hide_paging
* required
Hide first row of paging information.
Options:
true
true

Output Fields

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Name Description Type Example
symbol the Intrinio symbol associated with the stock exchange string ^BMEX
mic the MIC identifier for the stock exchange string BMEX
institution_name the name of the stock exchange string BME - BOLSAS Y MERCADOS ESPANOLES
acronym the stock exchanges short form identifier string BME
city the city where the stock exchange is located string MADRID
country the country where the stock exchange is located string SPAIN
country_code the country code for the country where the stock exchange is located string ES
website the website for the stock exchange string HTTP://WWW.BOLSASYMERCADOS.ES

Sample Data

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Stock Exchange Master

Not available for this access method

Returns professional-grade historical stock prices for a security or stock market index. Historical prices are available back to 1996 or the IPO date, with some companies with data back to the 1970s. Stock market index historical price data is available back to the 1950s at the earliest.

Endpoint:

Parameters

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Name Description Example
identifier
* required
The stock market ticker symbol associated with the companies common stock securities or the stock market index. AAPL
item
* required
The selected observation of the historical prices.
Options:
date
open
high
low
close
volume
ex_dividend
split_ratio
adj_open
adj_high
adj_low
adj_close
adj_volume
close
start_date
* required
The first date in which historical stock prices are delivered- historical daily prices go back to 1996 for most companies, but some go back further to the 1970s or to the date of the IPO. 2014-09-28
end_date
* required
The last date in which historical stock prices are delivered- end of day prices are available around 5 p.m. EST and real-time prices are updated every minute throughout the trading day. 2015-09-28
frequency
* required
The frequency of the historical prices.
Options:
daily
weekly
monthly
quarterly
yearly
daily
sequence
* required
An integer 0 or greater for calling a single historical data point from the first entry, based on sort order. 0
bulk
* required
When true, returns all available prices in the same response. Cannot be used with any other parameters besides ticker/identifier.
Options:
true
true
page_number
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the page number for the return values. 3
page_size
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the number of results on each page. 20
sort_order
* required
The order of the historical stock price dates.
Options:
asc
desc
asc
hide_paging
* required
Hide first row of paging information.
Options:
true
true

Output Fields

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Name Description Type Example
date the date of the stock price historical data date 2016-09-23
open the actual observed first traded stock price on the trading date number 114.42
high the actual observed highest traded stock price on the trading date number 114.79
low the actual observed lowest traded stock price on the trading date number 111.55
close the actual observed last trade stock price on the trading date number 112.71
volume the actual observed number of shares of stock traded between market participants on the trading date number 52481151.0
ex_dividend the nonsplit adjusted dividend per share on the ex-dividend date; not available on index historical prices number 0.0
split_ratio the split factor on the split date - not available on index historical prices number 1.0
adj_open the dividend and split adjusted open price; not available on index historical prices number 114.42
adj_high the dividend and split adjusted high price; not available on index historical prices number 114.79
adj_low the dividend and split adjusted low price; not available on index historical prices number 111.55
adj_close the dividend and split adjusted close price; not available on index historical prices number 112.71
adj_volume the dividend and split adjusted volume; not available on index historical prices number 52481151.0

Exchange Prices

Returns professional-grade historical stock prices for all securities traded on a stock exchange for a single specified day. Historical prices are available back to 1996 or the IPO date, with some companies with data back to the 1970s.

Please note: Specifying XNAS (NASDAQ) or XNYS (New York Stock Exchange) identifiers will return all securities listed on US exchanges (USCOMP).

Parameters

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Name Description Example
identifier
* required
The stock market ticker symbol associated with the companies common stock securities or the stock market index. USCOMP
price_date
* required
The specified date in which historical stock prices are returned for a stock exchange. 2016-12-30
page_number
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the page number for the return values. 3
page_size
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the number of results on each page. 10
hide_paging
* required
Hide first row of paging information.
Options:
true
true

Output Fields

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Name Description Type Example
ticker the stock exchange ticker symbol as listed on the stock exchange string AAB
figi_ticker the OpenFIGI Ticker Symbol string AAB:CT
figi the FIGI identifier string BBG000D2T2D0
date the date of the stock price historical data date 2016-12-30
open the actual observed first traded stock price on the trading date number 0.16
high the actual observed highest traded stock price on the trading date number 0.16
low the actual observed lowest traded stock price on the trading date number 0.155
close the actual observed last trade stock price on the trading date number 0.155
volume the actual observed number of shares of stock traded between market participants on the trading date number 39000
ex_dividend the non-split adjusted dividend per share on the ex-dividend date number 0
split_ratio the split factor on the split date number 1
adj_open the dividend and split adjusted open price number 0.16
adj_high the dividend and split adjusted high price number 0.16
adj_low the dividend and split adjusted low price number 0.155
adj_close the dividend and split adjusted close price number 0.155