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What's a reasonable price for 10yrs worth of historical forex data?

CORRECTION: The title says 10 years, but I rechecked and they infact offer data going all the way back to 2002.
Through intrinio, I can get last eighteen years worth of minute-resolution forex data for ~40 pairs, for ~$150. Is this a reasonable price to pay?
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Top Korean Banks Select Chainlink And CenterPrime To Bring Their Forex Data On-Chain, Fintech And DeFi

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Looking for historical forex data to run in a simulator to test trading

Not sure if it exists. I want to go to a point in time in the past and see a forex pair as if it was real time data. I then want to place trades and watch them unfold or fast forward/increase how quickly time passes. I don't mind paying for this. I googled but I can't seem to find anything.
thanks
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Where does forex data come from?

I know forex is decentralized, but where does the price come from? I'm sure it's from many places I was wondering if anyone has a list with where the most volume trades come from.
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Need good forex data

Hello forex community! I am looking for a place where I can download good high quality forex data by the tick in a .csv format for all the majors from Jan 01 2000 or earlier to Dec 31 2019. I am ok with paying some money but not too much money for such data.
Does any one have any recommendations? Thank you all kindly in advance!
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Recommendations on tick size or intraday Forex data resources

Hi, does anyone have any recommendations on tick size data resources for foreign exchange please? It would be the best it collects as much currency pairs as possible, especially the dollar asia pairs. So far what I had found was Bloomberg, Reuters and 1Forge. Things about BBG and Reuters are like their data resources are quite unreliable and crude. 1Forge has no historical data. I have found a few other which has only G10 currency pairs. May I know from where you obtain these data for backtesting please?
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How to get forex data into excel.

Anyone know where to get free forex data everyday that I could put into excel? I need someway I can automate. I only really need daily OHLC.
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Forex data currency

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Free Forex Data for Multiple Platforms

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Best place to get FOREX data D1 + H6

Hello!
I am looking for a way to periodically download D1 + H6 Forex data (EURUSD is okay for my start) in order to download it twice a day automatically from my server. It should contain the traditional information of:
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Is there any source that can provide forex data that includes volume as well?

Just need some intra-day data sources for forex pairs that also include the given estimated volume at the time (I know there is no perfect source for volume data since it is dependent on the broker). is the only way to get the volume data through a websocket feed or API offered by some brokers or is there a 3rd party source you guys can possibly share with me?
Thank you for any responses!
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Is there any source that can provide forex data that includes volume as well?

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Looking to work with Forex data, any suggestions?

I've looked around a bit and found a couple different possible API's and Libraries that I could use, but a majority of them seem outdated. I would like to just work with the data, scrape it, plot it, create tickers, etc. Is anyone familiar with a good one to use, or has anyone had any experience using one of them? Let me know your thoughts, thanks!

Edit: Added some information.
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Fundamental Forex data API or Economic calendar API.

for example : Tomorrow is CPI in US. Is there any free API from where I can fetch this data ?
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Dukascopy forex data

I've been trying to get data from the Dukascopy forex historicals for quite some time now, and I'd like to summarize what I've done so far, and what I still need, in order to help anyone else that also wants to use it.
First, just downloading the data is a pain. The URL that you have to get it from is
 https://datafeed.dukascopy.com/datafeed/{PAIR}/{YEAR}/{MONTH}/{DAY}/{HOUR}h_ticks.bi5 {PAIR} is the currency pair, for example "AUDUSD", "EURUSD", or "USDJPY" {YEAR} is the year, for example "2010", "2014", or "2017" {MONTH} is the month, a two digit number. For some reason, months are zero-indexed. For example, "00" corresponds to January, "05" is June, "11" is December. {DAY} is the day of the month, and as far as I can tell, it is NOT zero-indexed. Again, it is two digits wide. {HOUR} is the hour of the day. For some reason, Dukascopy stores each hour of the day separately. It is zero-indexed, so "00" to "23" 
Now that you have a *.bi5 file, you have to extract it. *.bi5 files are lzma compressed files, so find a way to extract them. I used 7z command line.
Now once you've extracted it, you'll notice it's still a binary file. The data is stored in 20 byte wide rows, with each 4 byte segment corresponding to a piece of data. Example:
[ TIME ] [ ASKP ] [ BIDP ] [ ASKV ] [ BIDV ] 0000 0800 0002 2f51 0002 2f47 4096 6666 4013 3333 TIME is a 32-bit big-endian integer representing the number of milliseconds that have passed since the beginning of this hour. ASKP is a 32-bit big-endian integer representing the asking price of the pair, multiplied by 100,000. BIDP is a 32-bit big-endian integer representing the bidding price of the pair, multiplied by 100,000. ASKV is a 32-bit big-endian floating point number representing the asking volume, divided by 1,000,000. BIDV is a 32-bit big-endian floating point number representing the bidding volume, divided by 1,000,000. 
This is how far I've gotten so far before I noticed that something is wrong. The contents of the *.bi5 file do not match the contents of the file that you can download from the official front-end, here: https://www.dukascopy.com/swiss/english/marketwatch/historical/ .
For example, the January 8, 2010 *.csv file does not match in any way with the *.bi5 file of the corresponding day. Does anyone know what I am doing wrong?
EDIT: Another question is about the hours: what time zone are these files relative to? It seems that the data starts showing up from the last two hours of Sunday, going through the week, and then stopping some time before Friday ends, all relative to whatever timezone this is in.
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Buying Historical Forex Data?

I'm currently looking for historical price and volume data for various currency pairs. I have some free data, but it doesn't include volume and the data set contains a lot of holes in price data. Does anyone know where I can get higher quality data?
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Disappearing statistics: Chinese Report Drops Forex Data as Reserve Sell-Off Continues

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Where do I get live (cheap)forex data? And I mean truly live, no delay

I need an API to get forex data with 10,000 checks per day. I've already found something exactly like this but it costs 90 a month. I was looking for something cheaper. Does anyone have any options like this? thanks
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How different is minute resolution forex data per exchange?

I am in the process of obtaining forex data for backtesting. Many places that offer forex data are vague when it comes to where they got the data. How different would minute resolution bid/ask OHLC data be from one exchange to another? Are they similar enough that I shouldn't worry at that resolution?
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Dukascopy forex data gaps

Recently I tried to download forex data off of Dukascopy, and I immediately noticed some gaps in the data.
Here is a list of every day that is missing some or all of the data: http://pastebin.com/raw/WZRqSz5R
Is there a reason for this missing data? I've heard that dukascopy is one of the best, so I'm not sure who to turn to next.
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Using Python, Postgres & Redis to create a Forex Data Pipeline

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New Zealand Dollar Futures Forex Data

Hey everybody, I'm trying to gather some historical data using the continuous contract for the New Zealand dollar futures contract trading on the CME. Unfortunately, my data provider only goes back to October of 2013, which is strange considering forex futures contracts of similar importance / volume profile go back way earlier. I asked my data provider about this, and they said it might be due to the contract changing names at some point, but I haven't been able to confirm this or any other information like the debut date of the contract itself via the CME group website or elsewhere. Does anyone know what's up with this contract specifically, whether this pre-2013 data exists, under what name, and where I might find it?
Thanks so much for your time!
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