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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.
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 provides a summary of the opening, highest, lowest, and closing index value disseminated for each index on a given day. For most indexes which update every 15 seconds during trading hours, the summary will cover the whole day, for indexes which update once per day, the Open, High, Low, and Close will be equal. Click here to view the current indexes on the CSMi feed.
The equity quotes end-of-day files, recap the day’s trading activity in the underlying security. Open, high, low, close, trading volume and VWAP are included with two NBBO snapshots, one at 15:45 and another at the market close (market closing time is product dependent). Sign up for a one month or one year subscription and receive a daily delivery of your files via our FTP site.
Select your own custom interval from 1 minute to end-of-day. Open, high, low, close, trading volume, VWAP, and underlying market (bid and ask) are included in each interval calculation. Sign up for a one month or one year subscription and receive a daily delivery of your files via our FTP site.
See every underlying trade in an underlying security. Trade price, trade size, trade condition, the trading venue and national best bid and offer are included in each record. Sign up for a one month or one year subscription and receive a daily delivery of your files via our FTP site.
Daily calculation inputs on select Cboe option strategy benchmarks and the monthly roll data.
Multicast PITCH provides a history of real-time depth of book quotations and execution information with nearly half the latency of TCP PITCH and 20% fewer PITCH events. This is achieved by using binary messages (PITCH 2.0).