TradingView Offers Market Data for Qatar, Indonesia and Hong Kong ‎Exchanges

Registered users will have access to the data of three additional exchanges, delayed by 15 minutes.

TradingView today announced that it ‎has increased data coverage to allow its users to receive information from ‎and get free access to the intra-day and tick data for an additional three ‎exchanges.‎

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Per the company’s statement, the latest batch of changes allows market ‎participants to garner information and screening stocks for financial markets ‎in Qatar, Indonesia and Hong Kong.‎

Specifically, the list of new venues includes Indonesia Stock Exchange ‎‎(IDX), the Jakarta-based primary bourse, and the principal stock market of Qatar – ‎ Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE). TradingView also expanded its roster to add Hang Seng Indices, Hong Kong’s leading index compiler covering Hong Kong and mainland China markets.‎

‎‎According to the web-based charting provider, registered users will have ‎access to the data of the newly added exchanges delayed by 15 minutes ‎but with an option to upgrade their subscription to include real-time data. In ‎addition, users will be able to scan the new marketplaces with its Stock ‎Screener product and also have access to hotlists such as top gainers, ‎losers, most active and more.‎

The practice of paid real-time access is common as you ‎usually have to pay for a market data feed, which includes ‎the fee to the consolidated market data provider and ‎certain exchange fees.‎

TradingView is a data-driven investor community which offers a ‎comprehensive charting tool. The company’s approach differs from other ‎social trading networks because it is chart based with an emphasis on ‎visuals to support investing and provide communal space in order to view ‎and share trading ideas.‎

TradingView also has a web-store where users can ‎purchase access to third-party tools. The company’s ‎solution had already been rising in popularity in recent ‎years as it has successfully marketed itself as a provider of ‎smooth HTML5 charts that encompass a diverse set of ‎asset classes – it’s also one of the largest social network ‎for traders presently.‎

TradingView’s coverage list now includes the following exchanges:‎

  • NYSE ARCA & MKT – New York Stock Exchange MKT and ARCA equities
  • NASDAQ – NASDAQ Stock Market
  • NYSE – New York Stock Exchange
  • OTC – OTC Markets
  • CME Group (GLOBEX, CBOT, COMEX, NYMEX) Futures
  • TSX – Toronto Stock Exchange
  • TSXV – TSX Venture Exchange
  • MOEX – Moscow Exchange
  • LSE – London Stock Exchange (UK and International Companies)
  • SIX – Swiss Exchange
  • BSE – Bombay Stock Exchange
  • NSE – National Stock Exchange of India
  • ASX – Australian Securities Exchange
  • NZX – New Zealand Exchange
  • BME – Bolsa de Madrid
  • Euronext – European Stock Exchange
  • GPW – Warsaw Stock Exchange
  • FWB – Frankfurt Stock Exchange
  • XETR – Xetra
  • SWB – Stuttgart Stock Exchange
  • MIL – Milan Stock Exchange
  • Bovespa –  Sao Paulo Stock Exchange
  • BM&F – Brazilian Futures Exchange
  • NAG – Nagoya Stock Exchange
  • SGX – Singapore Stock Exchange
  • TFX – Tokyo Financial Exchange
  • TSE – Tokyo Stock Exchange
  • TOCOM – Tokyo Commodity Exchange
  • TWSE – Taiwan Stock Exchange
  • HKEX – Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  • Argentina BCBA – Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires
  • BMV – Mexico Stock Exchange
  • BIST – Istanbul Stock Exchange
  • TASE – Tel Aviv Stock Exchange
  • SSE – Santiago Stock Exchange
  • SZSE – Shenzhen Stock Exchange
  • Tadawul – Saudi Stock Exchange
  • EGX – Egyptian Exchange
  • BELEX – Belgrade Stock Exchange
  • BAHRAIN – Bahrain Stock Exchange
  • MYX – Bursa Malaysia Berhad
  • DFM – Dubai Financial Market
  • NSE – Nigerian Stock Exchange
  • BVC – Bolsa de Valores de Colombia
  • BVL – Bolsa de Valores de Lima
  • IDX – Indonesia Stock Exchange
  • QSE – Qatar Stock Exchange
  • HSI – Hang Seng Indices
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