Data feed & RT charts Provider for German & London Stock Exchanges

Discussion in 'Data Sets and Feeds' started by allesim, Jan 4, 2002.

  1. allesim


    Can someone suggests a good real time data-feed & charting provider for:
    - German Stock & London stock Exchanges (LSE)
    - German & London Futures exchanges (Xetra LFTSE)

    Notes (running a pesudo realtick3 for european exchanges) seems out of business for a while.
    does not provide european exchanges
    same as esignal
    they lack many of the features of esignal/rt3

  2. I was at their site today and they had a banner about a european version.
  3. allesim



    I asked them: unfortunately esignal turbofeed is only for istitutions and businesses, not for private traders.

    Any more comments?

  4. wild


  5. Chuck_T

    Chuck_T eSignal

    eSignal will support 14 real time European exchanges before the end of the month ...

    Coming Soon! - eSignal 6.3 (Euro) & eSignal 6.4 Preview.

    eSignal 6.3: This release will support 14 real time European stock exchanges including: London Stock Exchange; EuroNext Exchange - includes Paris, Amsterdam and Brussels; Deutsche Borse - includes German regionals, Switzerland and Ireland; Nordic Exchanges - includes Copenhagen, Helsinki, Iceland, Oslo and Stockholm; Vienna Stock Exchange; Milan Stock Exchange and Madrid Stock Exchange.

    eSignal 6.4 Preview: This special release will allow users to have an early look at the new and improved charting in eSignal. Also as part of 6.4 will be a formula engine and language.

    We are very excited at eSignal about these new versions. Both will be made available for download before the end of January.


  6. wild


  7. Jaba122


    I'm accessing European exchanges, particularily German stocks through myTrack . I hope this helps.
  8. jmk


  9. Hi,

    I used as a datafeed for tradestation. They have german exchanges and US (and several others). The US-data was not really reliable, but there a several guys who recommend the german data feed which I did never use.

    If you looking for a broker to trade german stocks (and futures?), you might consider You can quite well short stocks there and they have an API.


  10. wild


    #10     Jan 15, 2002