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Download this application. It provides free LIBOR and Swap historical data covering 3 months, OIS and basis for all major currencies. https://finpricing.com/download.html


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You can assume a stochastic process for each security, and conduct a Monte Carlo simulation, generating different realization of porfolio values. For the stock, a Geometric Browinian Motion or a broader Levy process, would be ok. This should be the process of the underlying stock in case of the option, in order to price the option. For the bond, define a ...


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There is plenty of OHLCV 1-minute data on cryptoarchive.com.au along with tick data as well.


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This is the ticker information for Eurexchange Index Dividend Futures This is the information for EURO STOXX 50® Index Dividend Futures (FEXD) Enter those into BBG or Reuters to get historical data. Source Contact Deutche Borse for historical data 404 on their historical data shop. Email them Email hdp@deutsche-boerse.com


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Yahoo Finance, Bloomberg Terminal, WSJ, just as some initial sources for historical datasets. Here you should easily be able to get the DIJA data or the individual component data as well.


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Short answer You will have to build it yourself. Reference to StackExchange question regarding data sources to build it. What are the most comprehensive APIs for cryptocurrency market data? Example Resources ( I have no affiliation, just first result on google) https://www.coinapi.io/


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No. I’m watching the management of a penny stock manipulate its share price by announcing a reverse stock split and yahoo hasn’t adjusted its prices going on a week and a half. The algorithms thinks it’s a huge breakout and are buying. There’s plenty of opportunity to pickoff bad data.


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I don't know of any single dataset that encompasses everything you're looking for, even including the standard heavyweight commercial sources (which cost $250k+ per year). Equity data is typically distinct from ETF data, and fundamental data is typically separate still. High-frequency data is a different animal beyond those (eg, 1-min bars). It kind ...


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