Today we are happy to announce our new Economic Events Calendar API. The Economic Events API is a part of Fundamental API and is accessible under Fundamental subscription. It provides the past and future events from all around the world like Retail Sails, Bond Auctions, PMI Releases, and many other Economic Events data.
In this API we support more than 30 countries and more than 50 different economic event types.
More information you can get on our documentation page.
An example of the output:
Eventually, we are happy to announce the publishing of the real-time data via WebSockets with a delay of less than 50ms for the USA market, FOREX, and Cryptocurrencies. For USA stocks the real-time data API supports pre-market and post-market hours (from 4:00 am till 8:00 pm EST). WebSockets API is available within All World Extended and/or All-In-One packages. Read more on the Real-Time API Documentation Page.
We support trade and quote data for the US market, the data is provided via different WebSocket endpoints:
For FOREX and Crypto feeds please use the following WebSocket endpoints:
More information you can get on our Real-Time API Documentation page.
These three metrics in their historical form are extremely popular indicators and financial ratios often asked about. While we do have them as the latest snapshot in our Fundamentals API feed (MarketCapitalization and PERatio under Highlights section, PriceBookMRQ under Valuation), we don’t keep a history of these.
Several months ago we published our Financial News API and got a lot of positive feedback. Inspired, we continued to develop this API endpoint and today we published several new data feeds for the Financial News API.
With the current news data feeds we added the support for:
We continue to improve our APIs and today we have published Put/Call Ratios for our Stock Options Data API. Put/Call ratios for options data is very important for trading analysis and can be used to estimate changes in market sentiment within specific time-frames.
There are two aggregates and two ratios for each expiration date we calculate:
The example of JSON data with ratios you can find below, to get more information about our Stock Options Data, please check the documentation.
We are happy to announce a partnership and integration with XLQ2 from QMatix. XLQ2 is a stand-alone C++ application, which delivers live, intraday, and historic market and fundamental data from multiple data sources. Check more details about the integration on XLQ2 — EODHistoricalData page.
And with this announce QMatix provides…