Free Finance Data sources
A good summary is provided at Quantshare Link
A summary is provided below:
In Google Finance, intra-day data is available free for several stock markets.
A description of data available is provided here
Data is available in several frequencies with the lowest one being one-minute time frame.
The URL format is: http://www.google.com/finance/getprices?i=[PERIOD]&p=[DAYS]d&f=d,o,h,l,c,v&df=cpct&q=[TICKER]
[PERIOD]: Interval or frequency in seconds
[DAYS]: The historical data period, where "10d" means that we need historical stock prices data for the past 10 days
[TICKER]: This is the ticker symbol of the stock
Symbol Look up: http://www.google.com/finance
More information: Intraday Data for US Stocks
As with Google Finance, Yahoo allows you to download intraday data for several stock markets. You can get data for 62 exchanges.
Format : http://chartapi.finance.yahoo.com/instrument/1.0/[TICKER]/chartdata;type=quote;range=1d/csv
[TICKER]: This is the ticker symbol of the security
Symbol Lookup: http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=&ql=1
More information: More information: Intraday Quotes for Major Stock Exchanges
Dukascopy, the Swiss Forex Bank has a nice CSV DATA Export tool. You will not get data for the entire U.S. stock market but you will be able to export CSV data of several ones and for different periods (1 minute, 10 minutes, and 1 hour).
Dukascopy has also intra-day data for several currency pairs and indices (Japan Topix index, Canadian TSX Indiex, VIX, Russell 2000, Russian RTS Index, CAC 40, Futsee 100...)
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Social Science Research Network SSRN
ECON papers, working papers in economics econpapers
Finance site list, University of Ohio Finance sites
World-wide Finance Faculty list, University of Ohio Finance Faculty
Financial Data Finder, University of Ohio Financial Data Finder
Other Finance Resources, University of Ohio Finance Resources
The Journal of Finance Journal of Finance
Journal of Financial Economics Journal of Financial Economics
Review of Financial Studies Review of Financial Studies
Journal of Financial Econmetrics Journal of Financial Econometrics
Journal of Econometrics Journal of Econometrics
Some useful free software
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JMULTI is an open-source interactive software for econometric analysis, specialised in univariate and multivariate time series analysis JMULTI
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