Nyse Arca last-trade data is now available online from CNBC , First in Business Worldwide, and Google Finance, thereby broadening the availability of free real-time stock prices available to investors beyond regular trading hours to pre- and post-market hours trade data in Nyse (Tape A), Nyse Alternext US (formerly Amex; Tape B) and Nasdaq (Tape C) listed securities.
This past June, CNBC and Google were the first among Internet and media organizations to acquire real-time, last-trade market data from the NYSE for free public display and access on their websites.
"With the addition of NYSE Arca last-trade data, CNBC and Google further demonstrate their commitment to investors by making available a comprehensive array of free online real-time stock prices during the full trading day," said Ronald Jordan, Executive Vice President, NYSE Euronext Data Solutions. "CNBC and Google were first to market in delivering free real-time stock prices to investors. Now, by enhancing their web-based market data portfolio with NYSE Arca Real-Time last trade data, they are providing investors even greater functionality and accessibility to market information. Investors can now go to CNBC and Google to get the most accurate and timely stock prices any time stocks are trading, something attractive and beneficial for all investors."
"CNBC is committed to delivering our audience the most accurate and actionable news and data available," said Scott Drake, Vice President, CNBC Digital Products and Technology. "Beginning today, CNBC .com will provide extended hours quotes in both the pre and post markets from 4 AM to 8 PM in real-time (http://data.cnbc.com/quotes/nyx). CNBC .com users will see an instantaneous price impact to any market moving news outside the traditional market hours. This is the kind of service that our audiences on the web and on mobile devices expect CNBC to provide."
"The NYSE has been a great partner in bringing this data online and making it available for everyone through Google Finance" says R.J. Pittman, Director of Product Management at Google. "We are excited to continue to provide more useful and important financial data online to make this information more accessible for all internet users."
NYSE Euronext first proposed the idea for NYSE Realtime Stock Prices in January 2007. Information providers may purchase the data from NYSE Euronext for a flat monthly fee.