Quandl Volatility and risk factors

(Last Updated On: October 9, 2015)
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Quandl Volatility and risk factors

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EDI Stock Prices for China and Hong Kong

Exchange Data International has doubled their offerings on Quandl to include 3 new databases on China and Hong Kong stock prices. These databases include unadjusted and adjusted end of day stock prices from the Shanghai Stock Exchange, Shenzhen Stock Exchange, and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Stock price history goes back to 2007.

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PortfolioEffect Volatility and Risk Factors

Snowfall Systems has released a new database on risk factors and price distributions for more than 8,000 financial instruments including stocks, indices and ETFs. These data include expected return values, volatility, skewness, and other portfolio performance metrics. Data history goes back to 2013.


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