Pricing and Market Data

NYSE - New York Stock Exchange

An overview of NYSE - New York Stock Exchange

  • The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) was established in 1792. It is the world's largest and most liquid exchange, trading major US stocks, ETFs, and other exchange-traded products across its five liquid venues - NYSE, NYSE American, NYSE Arca, NYSE National (previously National/Cincinnati SE) and NYSE Chicago (previously Midwest/Chicago SE). NYSE primary listing venues have about 5000 equity/ETF symbols.
  • We support the full array of Level 1 consolidated (SIP) data, Level 2 full-depth data from NYSE, NYSE Arca, order imbalance information, short interest data, and index/ETF stats data from various NYSE products. Alternative Level 1 data feed NYSE BQT supported since Aug 2021.
  • Access the data in ways designed and tailored for your specific needs and workflows. These could be for trading using electronic low latency Datafeed; through our desktop services, which provide deep analytical tools; or via our end of day valuation and risk management products.

Key Facts 

  • Geographical coverage
    United States
  • History
    NYSE Level 1 from 1980
    NYSE OpenBook from 2002
    NYSE Indices from 1966
  • Data format
    String Format
    User Interface
    Zip Archive
  • Delivery mechanism
    Deployed/Onsite Servers
    Digital Files
    RSS Feed
  • Data frequency

Features & Benefits

What you get with NYSE - New York Stock Exchange

  • The Consolidated Tape Association (CTA) oversees the dissemination of consolidated real-time trade and quote information in NYSE, NYSE Arca, NYSE American and Cboe BZX listed instruments from all regulated US exchanges/venues. We cover US Consolidated SIP Data in dedicate National BBO and exchange BBO records in normalized formats. Real-time and delayed variants are available according to your needs. Live market statistics and stock performance rankings are available in dynamic lists.
  • ICE Global Index Feed (previously NYSE GIF) is the primary source of US real-time index and exchange-traded product valuations data from NYSE. NYSE provides real-time information for select US market indexes and ETF valuations (iNAV, NAV, Sharesout etc). Coupled with our Lipper fund data, we have a comprehensive offering covering US ETF exchange pricing, quantitative valuations and qualitative fund holdings details.
  • NYSE Group Short Interest – get bi-weekly short interest data for all NYSE Group listed instruments. Data is attached to the regular Level 1 RICs and can be retrieved with adequate permissions. Coupled with our Starmine Analytics and other third-party data, we provide deep sector comparison of short interest trends on select products.
  • NYSE order imbalances information from NYSE, NYSE Arca, and NYSE American provides insight into auction phase activity leading up to opening and closing auction prices. This includes imbalance side and reference prices.
  • Benefit from full-depth market-by-price Level 2 data from NYSE markets (NYSE, NYSE Arca) in dedicated records available in real time and in stored historical data. Alternative Level 1 equity feed NYSE BQT available since Aug 2021.
  • Full data access is provided in our Eikon and Workspace desktop solutions, which have a wealth of value-add analytics, and daily and intraday charting applications. We offer both intuitive request-response and bulk access to a wide array of reference data content, including instrument and venue level reference data, and cross-reference symbology. Clients can choose real-time or delayed access.
  • Power your applications with market data feed handlers offering robust performance and comprehensive features or access our cloud data store of full-depth, raw exchange PCAP data.

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