Historical Data for Cboe VIX® Index
and Other Volatility Indices
Historical Price Data for VIX Index
Click on the links below for daily closing values of the Cboe Volatility Index® (VIX Index), the world’s premier gauge of U.S. equity market volatility.
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Historical Price Data for Other Volatility Indices
Cboe Global Markets calculates and disseminates dozens of volatility indices, including the seven indices listed below. To learn more, please visit www.cboe.com/index.
- Cboe VIX of VIX Index (VVIX℠) — Historical Price Data
- Cboe S&P 500 Index 9-Day Volatility Index (VIX9D℠) — Historical Price Data
- Cboe Crude Oil ETF Volatility Index (OVX℠) — Historical Price Data
- Cboe Gold ETF Volatility Index (GVZ℠) — Historical Price Data
- Cboe Apple VIX Index (VXAPL℠) — Historical Price Data
- Cboe Amazon VIX Index (VXAZN℠) — Historical Price Data
- Cboe Emerging Markets Volatility Index (VXEEM℠) — Historical Price Data
Historical Data for VIX Futures
Please visit this link for historical data on volume, open interest, and prices for futures on the VIX Index.
Older Data for the Cboe S&P 100 Volatility Index (VXO)
In 1993, Cboe Global Markets, Incorporated® (Cboe®) introduced the original version of the Cboe Volatility Index® (VIX® Index), which initially was designed to measure the market’s expectation of 30-day volatility implied by at-the-money S&P 100® Index (OEX® Index) option prices. Ten years later in 2003, Cboe together with Goldman Sachs, updated the VIX Index to reflect a new way to measure expected volatility, one that continues to be widely used by financial theorists, risk managers and volatility traders alike. The new VIX Index is based on the S&P 500® Index (SPX®), the core index for U.S. equities, and estimates expected volatility by aggregating the weighted prices of SPX puts and calls over a wide range of strike prices. The price history for the Cboe S&P 100 Volatility Index (VXO®) matches the values for the original version of the VIX Index that was introduced in 1993.
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