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Historical Data

CFE OHLC data is an end of day summary file that contains the volume traded, open interest, open, high, low and last sale price along with last bid and last ask of each VIX futures contract obtained from the Cboe Futures Exchange (CFE). The historical data is available by month back to April 2004.
CFE VIX Tick data includes trades and quotes of all VIX futures contracts (VX) from the Cboe Futures Exchange (CFE). The historical data is available back to April 2004. Timestamps prior to and including February 23, 2018 are stated in U.S. Central (CST) and in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) afterwards.

* VIX TAS data is not included

Cboe Streaming Market Indices (CSMi) consists of over 200 index values offered by Standard and Poor’s and Cboe and many more firms. This offering contains all disseminated values for each index on a given day, it can vary from every 15 seconds during trading hours to once per day based on the index. Click here to view the current indexes on the CSMi feed.
Historical end of day quotes and trade summary for S&P 500 (SP) and e-mini futures (ES) from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
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.
Volatility skew data allows users to analyze relative option pricing levels over time series by comparing “virtual” option strikes with identical time to maturity and levels relative to spot. Our Volatility Skew files show the implied volatility levels of virtual options expiring at constant maturities, with option strikes defined by either moneyness (% from spot) or by option delta. These files allow for more appropriate comparison of implied volatility levels over time. LiveVol volatility skew data is provided with either moneyness increments (5% steps from spot from 0-60%, with additional values at 2.5% from spot) or delta increments (5 delta increments for both calls and puts). Standard maturity periods range from 30 to 360 calendar days. An auxiliary set of skew index data will be provided with each purchase. Skew indexes represent a measure of option skew by symbol and maturity for a particular day. Delta skew data is used to generate the skew index metrics: for example, SKEW90 represents the (IV of 25 delta put – IV of 25 delta call)/(50 delta call IV) for virtual options expiring in 90 days.