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May
20
answered Where to get historical daily settlement price of each VSTOXX futures contract
Apr
22
answered Why is IV different between put and call of same strike
Apr
16
comment The effect of negative interest rates on derivative pricing
This question was partially addressed here: quant.stackexchange.com/questions/4950/…
Mar
13
answered I have some historical options data, and there are duplicates of some options, how to filter them
Mar
13
answered Where can I get equivalent of 3 months libor or swap historical data?
Mar
9
revised Difference between google finance and yahoo finance?
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Mar
2
answered VIX Futures data: why happen to have settle price > 0 and Volume = O.I. = 0
Dec
24
answered VIX options historical data
Dec
8
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Dec
5
comment Mysterious disappearance of options from historical datasets
OptionMetrics handles corporate actions and links the options, so you can track the contract before and after such event.
Dec
5
answered Data provider for daily futures settlement prices
Dec
5
answered Where can end-of-day price volume data for Japanese stocks be downloaded or subscribed to?
Nov
3
answered Data point discrepancy between Google Finance and Yahoo Finance
Oct
28
answered Moneyness and option prices
Oct
8
answered What is the fastest way to decode the FAST protocol for market data?
Oct
8
comment Constructing Volatility Smile from Implied Volatility & Delta
@nsw, I believe "options on a particular stock" indicates that the context is equity options.
Sep
30
answered Option pricing ? Where to get the dividend yield from?
Sep
30
comment Data provider for daily futures settlement prices
What exchanges in particular are you looking for?
Sep
30
comment Data provider for daily futures settlement prices
Generally, this is the list of data sources: quant.stackexchange.com/questions/141/…
Sep
16
comment Finding historical data for indices
Absolutely agreed. I don't know how many Ph.D. students there are in your institution, but it definitely takes a few in the department to justify the purchase. Just as a nice resource, here is the collection of interesting papers: optionmetrics.com/research.html