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XML Stock Data

XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a type of code that is formatted to be read by both computers and humans. It is designed to be used over the internet to provide information form one party to another. It allows users to define their own elements when sharing data. XML based formats have become a default for many computer programs. One example of XML stock data in action is the RSS news feeds provided for free here at RediNews — available on a stock by stock basis, and presenting news headlines as the data feed. RSS feeds are a form of XML standardized for syndication of news content.

For licensed XML stock data feeds that are fee-based such as stock quotes off of the exchanges, look at the XML feeds offered by Ticker Technologies, a leading provider of information through the web, that can provide you with standardized XML stock data feeds or even custom design an XML stock data feed for you.

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