belex: Download Historical Data from the Belgrade Stock Exchange

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) Examples

Description

belex function downloads historical financial time series from the Belgrade Stock Exchange. One can specify which ticker or index to download, from and to date.

Usage

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belex(ticker, from = NULL, to = NULL)

Arguments

ticker

a character string giving the name of the ticker or index to download. See the web page of the data provider http://belex.rs for information about the available ticker symbols and indexes. See below.

from

date of the start of the period to download. This must be in the following format: yyyy-mm-dd. Defaults to the first available data.

to

date of the end of the period to download. This must be in the following format: yyyy-mm-dd. Defaults to the last available data.

Details

The name of the Belgrade Stock Exchange index is BELEX15 (from September 2005).

Value

A list consists of five components: ticker, from, to, nrows and data. Component data is a data frame with the following time series: Date, Close, Transactions, Volume, Open, Low, High, Total Bid, Total Ask.

Author(s)

Milos Vilotic and Zlatko Kovacic

Examples

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## Not run: 
Belex15 index from 2009-11-23 to 2012-05-15

belex15.data <- belex("belex15", "2009-11-23", "2012-05-15")

All available data for ticker AIKB

aikb.data <- belex("AIKB")

Data for ticker NIIS from 2010-10-01

niis.data <- belex("NIIS", from = "2010-10-01")

Data for ticker IMLK from beginning to 2010-05-12

imlk.data <- belex("IMLK", to = "2010-05-12")

## End(Not run)

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