As a member of TradingView, you get access to financial data from around the world. Our goal is to make market data open and accessible. Over the last month, we’ve added several new data feeds to TradingView. We’ll walk you through each in this post.
IDX — Indonesia
The Indonesia Stock Exchange, based in Jakarta, is the oldest and largest stock exchange in Indonesia. We’ve made it possible for all users to access this data 15 minutes delayed. If you want more speed and real-time pricing, paying members can add real-time data feeds to their account.
Hang Seng Indices — China
The Hang Seng Indices are a stock market index based out of Hong Kong. It is the main barometer for equity market health in Hong Kong and is an important data set for the global financial system. This data is available in real-time.
Lima (BVL) — Peru
Lima Stock Exchange is the biggest exchange in Peru and operates the majority of trading volume in the country. It also consists of several owned and operated indices and sectors. This data is now also available to everyone on TradingView for free 15 minutes delayed. For those who need real-time data, you can still buy or add this to your account.
NZX — New Zealand
The New Zealand Exchange runs exchanges for several key markets including equity, debt, derivatives, and energy. It is based out of Wellington, New Zealand and today has a total of 178 listed securities. This data is now also available to everyone on a 20 minute delay.
We hope this information was helpful and that you are able to enjoy the growing list of data feeds on TradingView. Thanks again for being a member of our community.