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(Last Updated On: August 9, 2017)
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Cambridge Financial Information Services

We are pleased to announce the addition of data from Cambridge Financial Information Services (CFIS) to the platform. Cambridge is a financial information services firm that provides independent market data and security prices to fixed income and derivative market participants. Quandl offers the following databases:

Credit Default Swap Data

This database offers five and 10 year spreads for over 2,000 reference entities, together with a wide range of currency, restructuring clause and tier of debt combinations. History to 2007.

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FX Option Volatility Data

This database offers daily volatility surfaces for FX options, including skew, across 30 global currencies and precious metals. History to 2012.

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Interest Rate Swaption Volatility Data

This database offers daily normalized volatility cubes for interest rate swaptions, including skew, across many popular global currencies. History to 2013.

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