U.K.-based data feed provider Tenfore Systems has unveiled a new historical tick data service, provides intraday pricing for equities, derivatives and foreign exchange going back to the beginning of December 2003. Tenfore says the data is free of any judgemental cleansing and so closely represents the original source. Tenfore has sourced and stored data from all key U.S. and European equities and futures exchanges and more than 20 FX and treasury contributors to create its historical data service, which includes all Level 2 ticks where available. The company is positioning the new service to allow algorithmic trading operations to back-test their strategies, among other applications.
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Tenfore Offers Historical Tick Data for Equities, Derivatives and FX
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