WHAT ARE THEY?

Delisted securties are those that no longer trade on exchanges, for a variety of reasons: because a company ceased its operations, because a company went from public to private, or even if the company or its stocks did not meet trading requirements for a certain period of time.

WHERE CAN YOU FIND THEM IN OUR MARKETPLACE?

If you're looking for global delisted securities, they're included in our Global Security Master feed. If you only need US delisted securities, you can access them via our US Stock Prices feed. 

HOW FAR BACK DOES THIS DATA GO?

We have data on delisted securities going back to 2007. 

HOW CAN YOU PULL THE DATA?

Data is available via Web API, Excel, and CSV download. 

Currently, to pull delisted securities, you have to specify the company or ticker.
Go to our API Explorer, choose Securities, and in the field identifier type in a company's ticker. 

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