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Historical SPX Intraday data with volume

I am looking for historical SPX 1minute data containing volume. Anyone knows where to get them from? Thank you,
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Futures Carry for Index Spread Trade

This question is about a leveraged trade involving index futures. Let's use an example of buying two contracts YM futures and selling three contracts RTY futures. CME will give the trade a margin ...
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Help me understand how to calculate a laspeyres index

I'm trying to write a small software to calculate a laspeyres, as an exercise, but not having a finance background it's a bit hard to understand some stuff. I'm having problems calculating this ...
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Most liquid index options?

I need to work with option prices in my master's thesis. Specifically, I investigate index options (S&P 500). Which kind of options could you recommend to use? I have seen that there are options ...
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Download historical index data, like SP500, using Python. History going back to at least 1960, if not further back

I want to download historical data for different indices. I am using Python for this. I used the following code. ...
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How is the risk premium of the index estimated?

In the construction of an index model, we often use the expected return of a security, including surprises, for analysis. To calculate this, we must estimate the risk premium of the index. Since we ...
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Why do surprises in macroeconomic variables average out to zero?

In the book Investments (Bodie, Kane, Marcus), in chapter 8, the authors discuss index models (page 247) and, in its context, systematic risk. The authors state, without explanation, that the market ...
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How to price complex corporate actions with spinoffs

Let's look at below UTX/RTN merger as an example: https://www.fool.com/investing/2020/03/30/raytheon-united-technologies-merger-gets-green-lig.aspx The merged companies will from that moment ...
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Calculation of CPI

My class was canceled due to the coronavirus and I am supposed to solve the following problem: Assume that the consumer consumes only two goods, and his utility function is $u=x_{1}x_{2}$. Last year ...
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Handling illiquid bonds in a fixed income index

I am trying to create a fixed-income index for my country's bond market. Among other things, I am interested in extracting the weighted average (by market cap) yield to maturity. In order to do this, ...
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Downloading all stocks of an index from CRSP

I am new to the CRSP database and wanted to ask if it's possible to download all the stock prices/returns (daily or weekly) of e.g. the NASDAQ Index (just like in Bloomberg)? And if yes, how exactly? ...
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Do NASDAQ and Russell 2000, 3000 Indices have total return indexes for gross and net? What are they labeled?

Do NASDAQ and Russell 2000, 3000 Indices have total return indexes for gross and net? What are they labeled? I know the S&P has a gross TR index with the ticker SPTR and net SPNTR, so I'm ...
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Rebalancing Bond Indexes

I am trying to make an index for the bond market in my country, which will be modified daily. For simplicity, suppose that I only have three bonds. Additionally, suppose that I am interested in ...
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Why is SPY daily adjusted close negatively autocorrelated?

I took daily adjusted close prices (all history) from Yahoo Finance and ran the following code: ...
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Bloomberg - retrieving historical index values

I am looking at a Bloomberg index which goes out into the future (i.e. a mix of past realizations and future projections) - WNDFTTDE Index (Past and future wind capacity in Germany). While this ...
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quarterly S&P price

I need the quarterly S&P price, but only have the daily data. What is the official definition of the quarterly price? Is it just the average or is it the closing (opening) price of e.g. march ...
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Custom benchmark construction (S&P500 + add-on)

If I have a strategy that has the same risk as S&P500 but also requires 150 bps on top of S&P500 Index, how would I construct such a benchmark? I have the following approach, but it is not ...
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Where to find the components of an index and how to replicate it by subset selection?

I am interested in replicating the performance of the eurostoxx 50 index using different statistical methods. That's what ETFs do, right? How to replicate an index using subset selection? I think I ...
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Why do some mutual funds or indexes have an average effective maturity that is way larger (2-4 times larger) than the average effective duration?

I would like to know if this difference occurs when the coupon payments are very large and/or if there are other reasons.
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Getting index sectors historical weightings from Bloomberg using python

I want to know how to download an index sectors' historical weightings from Bloomberg. For example, S&P 500 is comprised of Telecom Svc, Materials, Utilities, Energy, Consumer Staples, ...
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How can more money be indexed to a stock than the stock's actual value?

According to a recent Bloomberg article, Michael Burry of "The Big Short" fame claims that In the Russell 2000 Index, for instance, the vast majority of stocks are lower volume, lower value-...
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How I can calculate index bond market

I know that some of the bonds on the market have been manipulated by investment funds. I could identify these bonds. I have classified similar bonds in terms of risk, maturity and Duration. I have ...
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EONIA capitalisé jour tr eur: can't find index data! Do you know what kind of index is?

To get EONIA capitalisé jour tr eur index returns (monthly returns from 01/2007 until the most recent) is challenging. First i googled the index name searching for the ISIN or the index provider ...
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Why is it better to use evolutionary algorithms than OLS for solving index tracking problem?

I am currently using different optimization algorithms for finding constrained portfolio that best replicate choosen index. So i have a optimization task to minimize tracking error. I wonder why every ...
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Are total return indices adjusted for tax?

Just curious about the total return index for stock such as S&P 500 TR, is the index typically adjusted for tax on dividend when accounting for calculation on the total return index?
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How to normalize stock exchange indexes

I am doing an academic research in behavioral finance and I need to calculate my abnormal return based on the normalized returns of the stock exchange index being the S&P 500. In other words, I ...
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Nasdaq price index, dividend yields and dividend

In a paper that I'm reading it says: We collect monthly observations on the Nasdaq composite price index (without dividends) and the Nasdaq composite dividend yields, and compute the Nasdaq ...
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Backtesting with Stock Indices, how does one deal with it?

I was wondering how to backtest using stock indices. For example, the FTSE100 has had changes in its components over time. How does one go about testing a time period from i.e. 2000 - 2018, even if ...
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Day OPEN = prior day CLOSE in S&P 500 index historical data

There is a phenomenon in the historical data of the S&P 500 index, of extended periods with repeated occurrences of 'today's open = yesterday's close'. It could have made sense had it been the ...
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high quality daily data [duplicate]

I am analysing some trading strategies, so lots of high quality data is needed. I have been using yahoo finance which provides a lot of high quality daily data on stocks and indices. Currently I am ...
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Does EFP (Exchange Futures for Physical) Involves Cash Exchange?

I am new to the concept of Exchange Futures for Physical (EFP). According to some sources (link), An Exchange for Physical (EFP) is a transaction involving the simultaneous exchange between two ...
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Determinant of index implied vol

I find that unlike individual stocks, whose option trading and implied vol can be traced to the underlying liquidity and short-ability, the determinant of implied vol on index ETFs is quite confusing. ...
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Detect trend of an index

My question is about determining the trend and it can break down to 3 parts. To clarify, a trend in my point of view, and in simple form, is the last close at time t relative to its time reference, i....
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How to get historical daily index values from Bloomberg Terminal?

I found a lot of questions asking about index returns and index constituents, however, i'm looking for just daily closing values for certain Total Return indices. (FTSE/MSCI/BBBarclays) - these are ...
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Bloomberg - Index Constituents over a period of time

I basically require a list of the FTSE 350 constituents from 02 Jan 2002 (this is as far back as BB has for member data) to 31/12/2017. I tried to create this dataset using the spreadsheet builder ...
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CRSP VW index price data (not return data) - where?

I am trying to find index price levels for the CRSP value weighted index (excl. distributions), not pre-calculated returns. I have access to WRDS, where I can download the returns on the index and ...
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Replicating the EIOPA equity index for the symmetric adjustment of the equity capital charge in Solvency 2

My question is rather specific but I'm wondering if someone might be able to help. In the Solvency 2 framework, the equity capital charge requires to compute a symmetric adjustment which is itself ...
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Calculating Risk of Portfolio of Futures/Future Options [closed]

all. I am looking into calculating margin on futures mixed with futures options. Say ES is trading at 2700 currently, I long 100 ES, 600k (Margin/risk). Then i buy 100 2680 puts. so Points Diff (...
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Intuitive description of the Spillover Index by Diebold and Yilmaz

I am struggling to grasp the steps outlined in the 2009 paper by Diebold & Yilmaz, which introduces the framework for a spillover index. The final expression for a spillover index for a two ...
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Difference between volatility measures of a basket of assets

I am trying to understand intuitively the difference between two different measures of realized variance of a basket of assets. The first measure I am aware of is when you take the realized variance ...
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Testing which index is a better benchmark to track stock prices

Let's say a Hedge Fund is tracking a stock price. Now the fund has three columns of data, Stock price, Index 1, and Index 2. All of these have data from 2016/01/01 - 2017/01/01. If the fund is to ...
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Bond Index Return from Yield Curve Data [duplicate]

I am trying to compare fund returns with benchmark returns. I have some yield curve data (some of them calculated by Bloomberg) but not bond price or return data. Is there any way to get bond returns ...
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Where can I download for free the entire price history of the nasdaq composite and s&p500 indices? [duplicate]

I would like the entire price history of both these indices at an end-of-day level, not intra day. Is there an R api that I can use for such an exercise?
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Track an index with futures only: what to do with the cash?

Suppose your mandate is to track S&P500. Suppose the mandate size is $ 1,352,500. The contract size of the future is 50, today's index price is 2705. If I buy 10 contracts my exposure will be ...
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Inflation Lag Bond Valuation

Question: On 1st March 2006 a government issued a large tranche of an index-linked bond having a term of 6 years. Coupons of 4% p.a. were payable half-yearly in arrears and the bond was redeemed at ...
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reconstructing Russell 2000 returns

I have a historical list of index components, so I'm just adding up market caps of those to get a proxy for the index. However, when I check it against Bloomberg, my returns are consistently higher - ...
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Getting index sectors historical weightings from Bloomberg

I want to know how to download an index sectors' historical weightings from Bloomberg. For example, S&P 500 is comprised of Telecom Svc, Materials, Utilities, Energy, Consumer Staples, ...
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Using Geometric Brownian Motion for Index Options

As far as I understand, in most of the cases we derive the option valuation assuming that the log-return of the asset is partly driven by its own Brownian motion, and we use Geometric Brownian motion (...
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What's the most accurate benchmark index for US corporate and treasury bonds

I'm looking for an index for US corporate bonds and US treasury bonds to benchmark my strategy. I could easily use some ETFs as the benchmark for the recent years but I need data for the time range <...
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How to deal with missing value in a time series stock market data?

I have collected data for the period of 2002 to 2018 for following indices Nifty (India), NASDAQ (US), ADX (UAE) and TASI (Saudi Arabia). After collection, I have arranged data in a single sheet with ...