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How can I pull historical ticker-level closing auction volume in Refinitiv Eikon excel?

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@EWilder

If you are using Datastream, you can use the Time Series Request to build a formula for you.

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You can also use the DFO Navigator to search for datatypes.

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However, if you are unable to find the required datatype, please contact the Datastream support team directly via MyRefinitiv.


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@EWilder

Thanks for reaching out to us.

You can use the Build Formular tool in Eikon Excel to generate Eikon Excel formulas used to retrieve the required data.

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I found the TR.ClosingAuctionVolume field in the Time Series Data category.

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However, you can contact the Eikon support team directly via MyRefinitiv and ask for the Eikon Excel formulas which can be used to retrieve the required data.

I hope that this information is of help



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