Market Data: Compare stocks

Agentginger

Newbie
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Hi,
sorry if this is in the wrong channel, but I was wondering where you guys look for market data?
i'm specifically looking for a table showing all the FTSE 100 constituents, each with their most recent open/close/high/low prices.
so that I can sort and compare

google finance allows me to view a load of different variables, but oddly, these aren't amongst them.

any ideas?

thanks
AG
 

Agentginger

Newbie
9 0
thank you both.
I'd found both of those sites too, but I can't seem to edit the available columns to add in extra values, e.g. prev close, open prices, high, low, etc.
Do you know if that's possible with the data on these sites, or is it just "what you see is what you get"?
Is there another site that shows me that kind of price data in this table format, so I can compare the FTSE 100 constituents?
i'm looking to get the price range from these values, over certain periods, 1 day, 1 week, 1 month, YTD etc, so I can get an idea of which shares have higher intraday price fluctuations, so that I can consider trading them.
 

timsk

Legendary member
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. . .Is there another site that shows me that kind of price data in this table format, so I can compare the FTSE 100 constituents?
i'm looking to get the price range from these values, over certain periods, 1 day, 1 week, 1 month, YTD etc, so I can get an idea of which shares have higher intraday price fluctuations, so that I can consider trading them.
Hi Agentginger,
You'll have to contact LSE and Yahoo! and ask them. Reliable historical data for UK equities tends not to be as easy to come by as US data. It's worth asking your broker if they can help. Failing that, you're likely to have to pay for it. If the data you mention is literally all you want, and it doesn't offend your ethical principles, then you could subscribe to someone like Sharescope and then take up their no quibble 100% 30 day refund offer. Depending on how you intend to trade, Sharescope might be worth joining anyway - I've used them in the past - they're excellent.
Tim.
 
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