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Nigerian Stock Exchange - Historical Data

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Here is another NSE - Nigerian Stock Exchange (formerly known as the Lagos Stock Exchange) downloader that retrieves historical EOD quotes for more than 200 companies. Historical quotes are available starting from 2005 to the last trading day.


The item saves the close, high, low, trades and volume data in the Quotes database. The open field is calculated by subtracting the price change (current close price minus last bar close price) from the current close price. If the last close price is higher than the current high then the open price is set to the current high, and if the previous close price is lower than the current low then the open price is set to the current low. The number of trades for each stock and for each day is saved in the open interest field.
Each time the downloader founds a new ticker symbol, it adds it automatically to the database.

All Stock prices are in the local currency, which is the Nigerian naira.

The other downloader that gets quotes for companies listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange can be found here Nigerian Stock Exchange (Data is not always up-to-date).


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Object ID: 468


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Market: Stock Market

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