Market History

Using the past to rationally predict the future.

Historical Market Data

Data sources such as Yahoo Finance and Investing.com  are not complete. Yahoo finance does not have comprehensive data for commodities and currencies, while Investing.com’s historical is limited.

Of course you can access all this data on Bloomberg, but that costs $24k a year.

We’re providing you as much free historical market data as possible. This includes indices, equities, commodities, currencies, and bonds. All of our data can be downloaded in an Excel file.

Stocks

North America

  1. S&P 500 index going back to 1927. (USA)
  2. Dow Jones Industrial Average going back to 1896. (USA)
  3. NASDAQ (USA)
  4. Russell 2000 (USA)
  5. VIX (USA)
  6. S&P/TSX (Canada)
  7. IPC (Mexico)

S&P 500 sectors

  1. Information technology
  2. Financials
  3. Healthcare
  4. Consumer discretionary
  5. Industrials
  6. Consumer staples
  7. Energy
  8. Utilities
  9. Real estate
  10. Materials
  11. Telecommunication services

Europe

  1. DAX (Germany)
  2. FTSE 100 (UK)
  3. FTSE MIB (Italy)
  4. CAC 40 (France)
  5. MICEX (Russia)
  6. Euro Stoxx Index (European Union)
  7. AEX (Netherlands)
  8. IBEX 35 (Spain)
  9. SMI (Switzerland)
  10. PSI 20 (Portugal)
  11. BEL 20 (Belgium)
  12. OMXS30 (Sweden)
  13. OMXC20 (Denmark)
  14. WIG20 (Poland)

Asia, Australia, New Zealand

  1. Shanghai Composite index (China)
  2. Nikkei 225 (Japan)
  3. Hang Seng (Hong Kong)
  4. KOSPI (Korea)
  5. Nifty 50 (India)
  6. S&P/ASX 200 (Australia)
  7. Dow Jones New Zealand (New Zealand)
  8. BIST 100 (Turkey)
  9. TA 35 (Israel)

South America

  1. Bovespa (Brazil)
  2. Merval (Argentina)

More coming.

Currencies

U.S. Dollar pairs

  1. Aud-USD (Australia)
  2. Euro-USD (Eurozone)
  3. Renminbi (China)
  4. U.S. dollar index
  5. USD-CAD (Canada)
  6. USD-CHF (Switzerland)
  7. USD-JPY (Japan)
  8. GBP-USD (Britain)
  9. USD-BRL (Brazil)
  10. USD-DEM (German mark)
  11. USD-KRW (Korea)
  12. USD-MXN (Mexico)
  13. USD-PHP (Philippine)
  14. USD-RUB (Russia)
  15. USD-THB (Thailand)
  16. USD-TRY (Turkey)
  17. USD-TWD (Taiwan)
  18. USD-ZAR (South Africa)

Cross pairs

  1. EUR-GBP (EU and Britain)
  2. EUR-JPY (EU and Japan)
  3. GBP-JPY (Britain and Japan)

More coming.

Commodities

Bond yield

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