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I don't have much experience with database designing so I am not sure how to proceed. Read an introductory database book! Which database will be best to use? MSSQL, MySQL, NoSQL, etc.? MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server are database management systems that follow the relational database paradigm. NoSQL is not a database management system, it is a ...


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The answer is 'no', no single database for all exchange traded instruments in the world. You can try to use Interactive Brokers symbol search service. For example, just now I've tried to search Brazil instruments. There are another services like this, for example IQ Feed symbol lookup. I can't insert a link to it because of low reputation, but just google ...


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It seems that you're looking for data for liquid options worldwide. On the global scale most liquid options are typically index / index futures options on the main local index, not MSCI indexes. Outside of index options, you have only few broad exchange-traded stock options markets - Eurex, Osaka, and ASX are probably top three. I'm surprised that Options ...



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