How to fetch NYSE prices with a simple bash script

Posted by LinuxCareer on Sep 24, 2011 6:04 AM EDT
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Do you have a stock exchange portfolio with shares that you need to monitor on daily basis? With command line and your shell nothing can be easier. In this article we will show you how to download all NYSE stock exchange ticket symbols in matter of minutes using few lines of bash script. With some light modification this method can be applied to any stock exchange and any number of ticket symbols. This script can also be altered to behave as a monitoring tool and act upon your predefined instructions if combined with a website which displays intraday data.

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