For end-of-day (EOD) and delayed data, we have direct contracts with several exchanges for their corresponding data streams. We get USA data from Nasdaq Cloud API. The UK data is derived directly from the London Stock Exchange Group (LSE), with more than 22,000 tickers in total. We get European markets’ data from Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) which covers more than 60 exchanges from Western and Eastern European markets. For Australian feeds, we have a direct agreement with the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX). For Russian data, we have a direct agreement with the Moscow Exchange (MOEX). Delayed and End of Day NEO Exchange Data for NEO and TSX/TSXV powered by Quotemedia.com. All rights reserved. View the Terms of Use. Data delayed 15 minutes unless indicated.

It’s not just words and logos as many other sources do. We can provide proof for all mentioned above contracts for our subscribers by request.

Another end-of-day (EOD) and delayed (LIVE) API data comes from CFDs and market makers.

For fundamental data, we collect data from announcements financial news providers, investor relations corporate websites, and from published annual reports. For example, for the USA markets, we collect data directly from reports published on sec.gov, for Canada – directly from sedar.com. And then we re-compile and re-calculate the data on our side. In most cases for fast and proved calculations, we use Altova solutions, like Altova RaptorXML (link). We also use Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Machine Learning (ML) to read and interpret data from company news, press releases, financial reports, declarations, and announcements.

All fundamental data and fields are collected and standardized on our side. The data for companies with large and mid capitalizations for major exchanges we re-check manually by our team.

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