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cannot find etf ticker in codebk

I am attempting to download the historical prices for the following assets: GDAXIEX.DE, IBTLl.DAp^G21, LP68048431. I am using the usual command:

rd.get_history(universe=asset_name, fields="BID", interval="1D", start=start_date, end=end_date)

However, I am encountering an issue. It seems that the asset names I need to use as input might differ from how they are listed on the Portfolio & List Manager page. As a result, the system is not retrieving any prices. Could you please assist me in resolving this?

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@a.melo

If you don't specify the fields parameter, it will return all available real-time fields.

start_date = "2008-01-01"
end_date = "2023-10-22"
#rd.get_history(["GDAXIEX.DE"],start=start_date, end=end_date)
#rd.get_history(["IBTLl.DAp^G21"],start=start_date, end=end_date)
rd.get_history(["LP68048431"],start=start_date, end=end_date)

GDAXIEX.DE supports BID field. IBTLl.DAp^G21 supports TRDPRC_1 field. LP68048431 supports NAVALUE field.


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Hi @a.melo, Looking into the DIB, you can find the fields that apply to the instrument in mind:

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You can also use Quote apps to find the fields you may be after, as per this article:

Summary of Common LSEG Refinitiv APIs

As you can see, the BID field is not populated for all instruments:

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Hello I have tried what you suggested but it does returns an error: " errosignal-2023-12-11-171905-002.pngr cod-1" as you can see in the attached image

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