Access an archive of historical tick data drawn from our real-time pricing. Select an instrument and time period to download a zip file of past bid and ask prices.
Note: To view tick history for previous months, you need to download the history for the entire month. You can only select specific days for the current month.
Frequently asked questions
What is a tick and what is tick history?
A tick is a measure of the minimum movement in the price of a security which can be either upward or downward. It can also refer to the change in the price of an instrument from one trade to the next trade.
Tick history is a list of all ticks for a selected instrument at a certain point in time. A tick history has a number of uses, including but not limited to back testing a trading strategy or comparing one broker’s pricing to another.
Why is tick history important?
Transparency is one of the core principles we apply to everything we do at Exness, and our publicly available tick history proves this principle.
Using the tick history you can confirm the quality of Exness pricing and get an indication of where the market was trading at a given point in time. Please note that the tick history provided on this page is indicative and for informational purposes only. If you have questions about execution of your orders, contact our support team.
How do I use the tick history report?
The downloaded file contains all the ticks - bid and ask prices, for the selected instrument and trading period.
To search for a certain price, you can use the search function on the tick history report.
Note: Buy orders close with the bid price and sell orders close with the ask price.
How do I open a monthly tick history report that is too long?
If you are facing issues with opening long monthly reports on your Numbers app for MacOS or Excel for Windows, you can open the downloaded file using the following:
TextEdit app on MacOS
Notepad app on Windows