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Welcome to the Finance::Quote webpage.

Finance::Quote is a perl module which can be used to obtain information from a variety of sources, including markets in Australia, USA, Canada, Europe, and a number of managed funds.

The latest version of Finance::Quote is (soon to be) available via CPAN, and is currently available on our download page.

News

2014-Feb-17 Release 1.20 is available both from CPAN and Sourceforge. This autoinstalls Date::Calc if needed.

2014-Feb-16 Release 1.19 is available both from CPAN and Sourceforge. It solves Yahoo quote retrieval changes and adds 2 new modules.

2012-Sep-30 Release 1.18 is available both from CPAN and Sourveforge. It solves most used module errors.

2009-Oct-5 Release 1.17 is available both from CPAN and Sourceforge.

2009-Apr-13 Release 1.16 is available both from CPAN and Sourceforge. Thanks to Bradley Dean a currency_lookup function is available. As usual, some modules were patched due to site modifications.

2008-Oct-26 Release 1.15 is available both from CPAN and Sourceforge. It is a bugfix release. Upgrade is strongly recommended.

2008-Oct-15 Release 1.14 considered as the latest stable release has been uploaded to CPAN and Sourceforge.

2008-Sep-21 The development of Finance::Quote is undergoing a lifting. More information is available on the developer page

2006-Jul-10 Finance::Quote 1.12 has been released. The new version includes support for new information sources, including Bourso and LeRevenu in France, and the Helsinki stock exchange in Finland. This release also fixes the problem with retrieving quotes with the DWS and VWD modules. The full set of release notes are available here. You can download this release from our download page.

2006-Jan-11 Finance::Quote 1.11 has been released. The new version includes support for new information sources, including Sharenet (South Africa) and U.S. Federal Bonds. This release also fixes the problem with retrieving currency quotes from Yahoo Finance. The full set of release notes are available here. You can download this release from our download page.

2005-Jul-04 Finance::Quote 1.10 has been released. The new version includes support for new information sources, including the New Zealand stock exchange, TD Waterhouse Canada Efunds, the Swedish Bank, the U.S. Govt. Thrift Savings Plan, and several Yahoo sources. The full set of release notes are available here. You can download this release from our download page.

2005-Jun-30 Finance::Quote 1.09 has been released. The new version includes support for new information sources, including the New Zealand stock exchange, TD Waterhouse Canada Efunds, the Swedish Bank, the U.S. Govt. Thrift Savings Plan, and several Yahoo sources. The full set of release notes are available here. You can download this release from our download page.

2003-Jul-04 Finance::Quote 1.08 was released.

2002-Apr-18 Finance::Quote 1.07 was released.

2001-Jun-26 Finance::Quote 1.06 has been released. The new version includes support for many new information sources, including Dutch stocks and indexes, UK unit trusts, managed funds from TD waterhouse, and quote lookups from fool.com. The full set of release notes are available here. You can download this release from our download page.

2001-Feb-23 Finance::Quote 1.05 has been released. This version fixes some bugs that people have been experiencing with currency conversion, and also provides easier methods for users to load their custom modules at run-time. The new release is available from our download page.

2000-Nov-05 Finance::Quote 1.04 has been released. This version fixes a bug whereby the 40th symbol of a large Yahoo lookup would fail. It also removes some of the headaches people have been experiencing with the test suite. For the adventurous, support for proxy authentication has also been added. See the FAQ for more details.

2000-Oct-30 An article on Finance::Quote was featured in The Perl Journal, issue number 19. The article is a good introduction to the module and well worth reading if you are beginning to work with Finance::Quote. The draft is available from our documentation page.

Older news items and SourceForge page.