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Quandl has some good intraday datasets but requires a subscription FirstRateData has some free datasets for SP500 and major FX, indices.


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Use the swap uploader on SWPM to save the deals and "CUSIP" them (starts with "S" and has a Corp tail). I believe you can then reference them through the Excel add-in by the "CUSIP" Another way using Excel is if you have an Anywhere subscription, you can make use of the Derivatives toolkit and structure/price/analyze your swaps all in the sheet.


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Is this a generic question or specific to Eurodollar options? And I note that "Z3" will now return Dec '23, not Dec '13.


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https://www.money.net/ is what I like to use it can be used in your browser and they have a 14 day trial to see if you like it. Its relatively cheap and nice to use.


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I've built an Excel Add-in (https://www.excelpricefeed.com/) which enables retrieval of data from Yahoo Finance (as well as other data providers). The Add-in currently provides live and historic prices to Excel cells via simple formulas such as: =EPF.Yahoo.Price("AAPL") =EPF.Yahoo.Historic.Close("TSLA", "1 May 2019") It also has a UI for bulk downloading ...


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