The getQuoteEod API is used to request end-of-day price data from world-wide exchanges using exchange MIC codes.
|The list of valid exchange codes to limit symbol search.
|The fields requested.
|An MIC code or a Country code plus the symbol or code that identifies a financial instrument. Multiple symbols separated by a comma may be used. For futures, notation such as root_symbol0 for the active contract or root_symbol1 for the first nearby is supported, as is root_symbol^F for all futures contracts for a given root symbol, as is root_symbol^O for all options contracts for a given underlying futures symbol. If no country code or MIC is passed then the API will behave the same as the getQuote API.
|The current ask price.
|The size (quantity) of the current ask price.
|The current bid price.
|The size (quantity) of the current bid price.
|The last traded price for the session.
|Where the data is coming from: Exchange Date or Barchart.
|The price date.
|The highest traded price for the session.
|The lowest traded price for the session.
|The type of symbol used.
|The opening (first) price for the session.
|An symbol or code that identifies a financial instrument.
|The quantity of shares or contracts traded.
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