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Cboe LiveVol Implied Volatility Blends capture term structure and solve for expiration-specific and constant maturity implied volatilities encapsulated within the range of option expirations. Capturing the constant maturity volatilities helps traders visualize and track the behavior of volatility over time providing context to current market implied volatility. To build out our volatility blends we first solve for the at-the-money volatility of each expiration to capture the term-structure of the volatility. Next, using a cubic spline approach, we fit a curve to the term-structure. Using the fitted curve, we solve for the constant maturity (IV30, IV60, IV90, etc.) time periods offered in the file. *Constant maturity times that fall outside the range of expirations available for a particular symbol will be zero. This dataset is only available with end of day granularity.
MDR data is all quote updates and trade data captured by Cboe’s internal data retrieval systems. MDR data is offered in the following Cboe exclusive indices: ^VIX, ^SPX and ^OEX. The amount of history available of the data varies by symbol; ^SPX from January 1990, ^OEX-January 1990 and ^VIX-March 2006. The MDR data will either delivered by SFTP.
Open-Close data is a volume summary file for trading activity on the BZX exchange. It summarizes 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 is further broken down into trade size buckets (less than 100 contracts, 100-199 contracts, greater than 199 contracts). The data currently goes back to 1/2/2018 and contains all series in an underlying security's chain-if it has volume.
Open-Close data is a volume summary file for trading activity on the C1 exchange. It summarizes 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 (less than 100 contracts, 100-199 contracts, greater than 199 contracts). The data in this format currently goes back to 1/2/2018 and contains all series in an underlying security's chain-if it has volume on C1. For pricing, please see “LiveVol Fees” in the Cboe Exchange Fee Schedule.
Open-Close data is a volume summary file for trading activity on the C2 exchange. It summarizes 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 is further broken down into trade size buckets (less than 100 contracts, 100-199 contracts, greater than 199 contracts). The data currently goes back to 1/2/2018 and contains all series in an underlying security's chain-if it has volume.
Open-Close data is a volume summary file for trading activity on the EDGX exchange. It summarizes 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 is further broken down into trade size buckets (less than 100 contracts, 100-199 contracts, greater than 199 contracts). The data currently goes back to 1/2/2018 and contains all series in an underlying security's chain-if it has volume.