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Xignite Offers Trade Data in AWS Data Exchange

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In late January, Xignite announced that their financial data APIs are available in AWS Data Exchange, a new service of Amazon Web Services (AWS) that enables customers to securely find, subscribe to, and use third-party data in the cloud. Other qualified data providers working with AWS Data Exchange include Reuters and Dun & Bradstreet.

Xignite says it is providing AWS Data Exchange users with end-of-day and historical equities and ETFs trading on North American exchanges. In addition to closing prices, the data includes open, high, low, volume, and simple corporate actions data such as dividend amounts and split ratio for the securities.

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