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get_timeseries data issue

hi

I’m running the below where ric_chunk[0] contains RIC=ABR

ek.get_timeseries(ric_chunk[0],start_date=datetime(2021,3,26,7,30,0),end_date=datetime.now(),interval='minute',fields='CLOSE')


I don’t see the same output that I see if I run it only for one asser:


ek.get_timeseries(['ABR'],start_date=datetime(2021,3,26,7,30,0),end_date=datetime.now(),interval='minute',fields='CLOSE')



Can you please advise?

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Hi @diarmuid.omahony

Please double-check the value in ric_chunk[0]

You can just print it out to the console to confirm the value.

print(ric_chunk[0])

In my test, I hardcoded ric_chunk to a list of 3 instruments.

And I got the same result from ric_chunk[0] vs ['ABR']



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