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not getting the latest data point

ek.get_timeseries('BOK9') returns me up to 11th of jan, which should be the 14th. Properly works in excel though so no data issue

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BOK9 is just an example, the rest of the RIC BO has the same issue and maybe even more commodities

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I restarted the kernel, that fixed it. But should not be necessary in my opinion. I had Reuters running overnight on a pc which does not shut down.

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@eddy_de_groot when did you connect to the api originally? was it last week or yesterday?

I believe it was yesterday

@eddy_de_groot it is a known bug in in the get_timeseries() call. I believe this issue is going to be fixed in 0.1.14. In the meantime, you need to explicitly set the start_date and end_date parameters.

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Hi @eddy_de_groot

I'm not able to replicate your output. The code

df = ek.get_timeseries(["BOK9"], start_date="2019-01-01", end_date="2019-01-15")
df

gives me:


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If I specify the end_date I also get the data properly, but if I leave the enddate unspecified I only get up to the 11th

Hi @eddy_de_groot

I'm still not able to replicate that. Can you share the code?

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I already did in the original question:

ek.get_timeseries('BOK9')