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    stock screener API java

    Hello
    I would like to know whether there is any JAVA API available to use in a java client application. This API should include stock screener functionalities like those from Google or Yahoo:
    http://www.google.com/finance/stocks...rt=&sortOrder=
    http://screen.yahoo.com/stocks.html
    Do you know whether there is anything like that?
    Thanks

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    Google itself or yahoo must be having the solution for this.
    Vikrant Korde
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    Quote Originally Posted by vikrantkorde View Post
    Google itself or yahoo must be having the solution for this.
    I did not expect that answer because it does not really help much. Thanks for your time though.

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    I don't know any such API, but I can build it for you.

    Regards
    Mohneesh

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    Quote Originally Posted by thosecars82 View Post
    Hello
    I would like to know whether there is any JAVA API available to use in a java client application. This API should include stock screener functionalities like those from Google or Yahoo:
    http://www.google.com/finance/stocks...rt=&sortOrder=
    http://screen.yahoo.com/stocks.html
    Do you know whether there is anything like that?
    Thanks
    Same here but if you're using Swing then it can't be too hard to create from scratch. Still, why not use a browser then stand alone Java? I'm sure every computer has a browser now.


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