Thanks for your email - it's interesting that it's not just me. I was
hoping the issue was my configuration...
You ask about NAB and Mar 13 but I have this same problem ("random" USD
quotes) with *all* my ASX stocks (20+).
On 8 February 2018 at 21:01, David T. <sunfis...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I see the same command line result. I will note that the date listed there
> is for 2017 (mine is the same), which suggests something is out of whack.
> Looking online, I see that NAB was at 33.14 on 03/13/2017, so that doesn’t
> work. I’ve tried various versions of the exchange (ASX, ASE, AX, all of
> which appear out on the web) and the symbol (both the ticker, and the ISIN,
> without success.
> Usually, when I see an old date, it means that the symbol ceased trading
> for one reason or another (e.g., a merger or a company purchase), which
> leaves the ticker “stuck” on the last day of existence. That isn’t the case
> here; was there anything funny that happened last March 13 for NAB?
> Sorry I can’t be of help. Maybe someone else has better chops.
> On Feb 7, 2018, at 7:50 PM, Justin Smith <jus...@smithpolglase.com> wrote:
> I use gnc to track my stock portfolio of mostly Australian ASX stocks.
> After yahoo closed their quoting service I set up alphavantage as per the
> instructions in the gnc FAQ (with key etc).
> I've just noticed that the online quotes for *all* my ASX stocks are now in
> USD, and that they are meaningless values too (i.e. not the ASX stock in
> This is confirmed when testing using gnc-fq-dump. E.g.
> ALPHAVANTAGE_API_KEY=<mykey> gnc-fq-dump alphavantage NAB
> Finance::Quote fields Gnucash uses:
> symbol: NAB <=== required
> date: 03/13/2017 <=== recommended
> currency: USD <=== required
> last: 1.0800 <=\
> nav: <=== one of these
> price: <=/
> timezone: <=== optional
> The price of $1.08 USD is what gnc fetches today.
> The correct quote for ASX.NAB is around $28.24 AUD (or around $22.18 USD).
> A quick search didn't even find a NYSE or NASDAQ NAB so I have no idea
> where F::Q is getting this quote from.
> Also I don't know why the date returned by gnc-fq-dump is 3/13/2017. Very
> How does gnc-fq-dump determine the stock type? (e.g. ASX or NYSE)
> For all my ASX stocks, in the Security Editor, I have the following
> * Type = ASX
> * ISIN/CUSIP = <blank> (is that a problem?)
> * Get Online Quotes is ticked
> * Type of Quote = Unknown/alphavantage
> I am running GnuCash 2.6.17 on Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty (yes, end of life).
> And Finance::Quote 1.48 (installed from git).
> Any clues?
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