TradingView Adds Data Coverage for Several Exchanges

The company charting data has been expanded with the addition of seven exchanges into its platform.

TradingView has announced the increased coverage of data of stocks and indices from various global exchanges. The online charts and data provider has expanded its offerings by incorporating additional exchanges. The company’s users will have access to real time ticks and intraday data across a variety of products. TradingView acts as a data-driven investor community which offers a comprehensive charting tool, and adding new exchanges gives its clients a wider and more diverse data pool.

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The expanded list of exchanges will now include the Belgrade Stock Exchange (BELEX), a member of Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges (FEAS). Moreover, among the newly implemented exchanges on TradingView are the Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul), Egyptian Exchange (EGX), Bahrain Stock Exchange (BSE), Santiago Stock Exchange (SSE), Bursa Malaysia Berhad (MYX), and China’s Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE).

TradingView has added the above exchanges with the intent of providing its users with a larger pool of data and charting access, in order to appeal to the demands of differing investors and their respective needs. The company also explained that “chart data (delayed and intraday), financial data, top gaining stocks along with a customizable stock screener can all be used based on the new data sources.”

Growing List of Exchanges

TradingView continues in its quest to provide its users with the most comprehensive list of charting data on the web. In 2017, the company added exchanges to its platform on several occasions. In June, TradingView added data and charts for the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, with a 15-minute feed delay. According to the company’s announcement, users had the option of paying for a subscription, which would provide them access to live data feeds. One month later in July, the data coverage was expanded to include the Milan Stock Exchange (Borsa Italiana), as well as Germany’s Stuttgart Stock Exchange.

TradingView currently offers access to data and charting coverage for 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


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

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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

TFE – 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


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