Finance::QuoteTW - Fetch quotes of mutual funds in Taiwan

            use Finance::QuoteTW;

            $q = Finance::QuoteTW->new(encoding => 'utf8');  # The default encoding is big5
            @tisc_fund = $q->fetch(site => 'tisc');          # Fetch all fund quotes from
            $tisc_fund = $q->fetch(site => 'tisc');          # Do the same thing but get an array reference
            @us_funds  = $q->fetch(site => 'blackrock', name => 'taiwan.*'); # Select funds with regex
            %all_funds = $q->fetch_all;                      # Fetch all available fund quotes
            %all_onshore_funds  = $q->fetch_all('onshore');  # Fetch all available onshore fund quotes
            %all_offshore_funds = $q->fetch_all('offshore'); # Fetch all available offshore fund quotes

    Finance::QuoteTW provides a easy way to get the latest fund quotes from
    various website in Taiwan

    Take an optional argument 'encoding'. The default value is big5.

            Finance::QuoteTW->new(encoding => 'utf8');

    Return currently available site names.


    Return all fund quotes from specified site. You can use regex to filter
    the fund quotes. The return value is a hash of array. Every hash
    contains a single fund information. The attributes are: name, date, nav,
    change, type, currency

            $q->fetch( site => 'tisc' );
            $q->fetch( site => 'blackrock', name => 'taiwan.*');
            $q->fetch( site => 'jpmrich',   type => 'onshore');

    Fetch fund quotes from all available sites. The return value is a hash
    (or a hash reference). The keys of the hash is the site abbreviations.


    Alec Chen <>

    Copyright (C) 2007 by Alec Chen. All rights reserved.

    This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
    under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.8 or, at
    your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.