When I create a formula on excel (Mac) with the formula builder, it creates the formula but I do not obtain any result (even while pressing enter or refreshing).
Did it already happen to you ? how can I obtain results ?
Thank you for your help
Just tried - I'm getting all the prices in Excel, example:
=RDP.Data("LVMH.PA","TR.PriceClose","Sdate=2005-01-01 EDate=2020-08-31 Curn=EUR CH=Fd RH=IN")
The best way to retrieve 44 equities is just cell reference them, here's an example of function:
=RDP.Data(U2:V2,"TR.PriceClose","SDate=2004-12-31 EDate=2020-10-31 Frq=D Curn=EUR CH=IN RH=date")
+ screen shot with results
Hi Max, thanks for your answer.it also works for me when I create the function for a single date or a time slot.
I'm trying to obtain the closing price and market cap of LVMH.PA and 44 other stocks from the 1st of January 2005 to the 31st of August 2020.
It is the first time I use Eikon add-in on Mac... So, I'm sorry but it might be dumb
When I paste one or the other of those formula, I obtain this. What should I do?
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Hi @lena.demaison this looks like it's related to the Data Items being used. The "JL" portion of those Data Items is specifically looking at Joiners and Leavers of the index. The Data Items you'll want to use are: "TR.IndexConstituentRIC" and "TR.IndexConstituentName." Once you have those returning the RICs and Names, you can run a separate Data Item against them of "TR.PriceClose" - but you'll want to ensure that you're referencing the RICs that are returned rather than .STOXX, otherwise you'll just end up with the the overall price of the .STOXX index. Add on if you have any further questions!