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Telekurs Introduces VDF Time Series

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Telekurs Financial is introducing VDF Time Series as part of the Valordata Feed data offering. Up until now, only daily valuation prices for various price types have been supplied through Telekurs Financial’s Valordata Feed (VDF). With the new VDF Time Series service, however, complete time series will now be included in VDF. With the time series supplied for 21 quotation types, users will be able to trace back data for up to 10 years, the vendor says. The time series are supplied in VDF format and can be retrieved as an add-on to other VDF deliveries.

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