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Open-Close data is a volume summary file for trading activity on the EDGX exchange. Available in 10-minute summary intervals or as an end-of-day summary, it aggregates and buckets the volume by origin (customer, professional customer, broker-dealer, and market maker), buying/selling, and opening/closing criteria. The customer and professional customer volume are further broken down into trade size buckets (fewer than 100 contracts, 100-199 contracts, greater than 199 contracts). Fields 10-17 will only be available in the end-of-day files and will not be populated in the 10-minute intervals. It contains all series in an underlying security's chain-if it has volume on EDGX. For pricing, please see “LiveVol Fees” in the Exchange Fee Schedule.


For an ongoing subscription, please see: Open-Close EDGX - Subscription


Open-Close data is also available for BZX, C1, and C2


The downloadable sample contains 2 files: 1 sample of the EOD format, 1 of the 10-minute

Product File Change Notice:

On Aug 2, 2021 product file changes went into effect. Please see the change doc and new sample set for detailed information. New subscribers do not need to use the old format.


Daily calculation inputs on select Cboe option strategy benchmarks and the monthly roll data.


Please refer to more index information on:
https://www.cboe.com/us/indices/benchmark_indices/
https://www.cboe.com/us/indices/benchmark_roll_information/

Our option trades files have the supporting information needed to provide context to trading activity. Included with each trade is the trade price and size, the exchange where the trade printed, the NBBO quote and depth, the underlying bid and ask, and each of the individual exchange markets. Trades from Global Trading Hours (GTH) will be included effective February 5, 2020. GTH trades will be signified by a time stamp between 3:00 am ET and 9:15 am ET. At this time only ^SPX and ^VIX trade during GTH.


Reference Files:
Exchange ID Mapping: Exchange IDs
Trade Condition ID Mapping: Trade Condition IDs

After the column with "number_of_exchanges", there are unlabeled columns representing individual exchange quotes. This repeatable sequence populates columns according to this pattern: Exchange ID (see Exchange mapping Exchange IDs), Bid Size, Bid, Ask Size, Ask.

Our option trades files have the supporting information needed to provide context to trading activity. Included with each trade is the trade price and size, the exchange where the trade printed, the NBBO quote and depth, the underlying bid and ask, and each of the individual exchange markets. With the addition of our Calcs data, you receive the implied volatility and the calculated delta of the trade. Trades from Global Trading Hours (GTH) will be included effective February 5, 2020. GTH trades will be signified by a time stamp between 3:00 am ET and 9:15 am ET. At this time only ^SPX and ^VIX trade during GTH.


Reference Files:
Exchange ID Mapping: Exchange IDs
Trade Condition ID Mapping: Trade Condition IDs

After the column with "number_of_exchanges", there are unlabeled columns representing individual exchange quotes. This repeatable sequence populates columns according to this pattern: Exchange ID (see Exchange mapping Exchange IDs), Bid Size, Bid, Ask Size, Ask.
Optsum data is an end of day index option summary for CBOE traded options in ^SPX, ^OEX, and ^VIX with volume traded, open interest, open, high, low and last sales prices for every series in chain. The Optsum data is available from 2005 through 9/30/2019, or based on the index option availability in ^SPX, ^OEX, and ^VIX. For data prior to 2005, please contact sales@livevol.com.

* If you are interested in ^SPX, ^VIX, or ^OEX option quotes data for dates after 9/30/2019, please go to the End of Day Option Quotes (https://datashop.cboe.com/option-quotes) or End of Day Option Quotes with Calcs (https://datashop.cboe.com/option-quotes-end-of-day-with-calcs) pages for similar datasets. Both EOD Option Quotes datasets provide data beginning in 2004 for all equity and index options.
Historical S&P 500 (SP) and e-mini futures (ES) trades from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.