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EOD Stock Prices From India’s NSE
Get EOD prices from the National Stock Exchange (NSE) of India. Prices are released after the close of trading in Mumbai’s time zone, which closes at 5:00 PM IST/7:30 AM EST.
National Stock Exchange (NSE) Feed Highlights
EOD stock prices
Daily history back to 2007
Adjustment factors for dividends and stock splits
Updated daily. (Except for the following holidays when the market is closed.)
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Provided by EDI and perfected by Intrinio, the National Stock Exchange (NSE) data feed makes accessing and analyzing EOD prices from India easier and more affordable than ever. Let us do the heavy lifting of organizing and providing validated and systematic stock prices from India’s NSE so you can spend your time analyzing it and building something amazing.
This NSE feed provides EOD prices for all the constituents of the Nifty 50, Sensex and other indexes. It does not provide index-level prices.
Data Included in the NSE Feed
History available from 2007 to present.
Latest EOD and historical EOD adjusted and unadjusted open, high, low, close, volume, split ratio and ex-dividend.
Latest EOD prices are updated as soon as they become available from the exchange after market close. This varies between exchanges. For a list of all exchanges with their corresponding estimated availability times, please see EDI's estimated time available table here
Delisted securities are included back to 2007.
India’s National Stock Exchange (NSE) Feed Resources
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