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Yahoo data is good enough, but it has its quirks. As people have mentioned, sometimes it does miss out on corporate actions. I remember a while back I was looking at price for Ford (F) around 1999 , and computing my own adjusted close using yahoo's methodology and noticed that yahoo was missing a dividend payment in 1999(which I verified from bloomberg). ...

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Perhaps the information here and in the preceding blog posts might be of help?

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I used EODData for about a year in order to truly get a feel for the data. I would say for the price it is great, but there are inconsistencies in the data. I had found some serious errors that were never patched. I am sure there were many more but I didn't catch them. If you use them, I would advise running through the data to check for anomalies since they ...

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The prices you are looking for can be found at https://www.google.com/finance/getprices?q=HM-B&x=STO&i=60&p=5d&f=d,c,o,h,l&df=cpct&auto=1&ts=1266701290218 URL breakdown, I am lazy so I copied q= stock symbol on Google finance x= exchange symbol i= interval (here 60 means 60 sec (1 minute interval)) p= no of period(here ...

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Slightly ugly bash one-liner for a sorted JSON array: echo "[\"$(echo -n "$(echo -en "$(curl -s --compressed 'ftp://ftp.nasdaqtrader.com/SymbolDirectory/nasdaqlisted.txt' | tail -n+2 | head -n-1 | perl -pe 's/ //g' | tr '|' ' ' | awk '{printf$1" "} {print $4}')\n$(curl -s --compressed 'ftp://ftp.nasdaqtrader.com/SymbolDirectory/otherlisted.txt' | tail -n+2 ...

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Usually the index provider has such historical data on its website. For FTSE see here

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