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                                                   LSE - UK - EOD data 202 and 102 errorrs for all stocks

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Ant
2012-12-08 10:48:48


Hello

I am trying to use the default UK data downloaded although virtually every stock symbol is producing 202 error(s) or 102 error(s) in the progress bar.

Any suggestions on how to resolve this? I think Yahoo EOD data would be better than Google EOD data.

Thanks :-)



QuantShare
2012-12-08 14:07:55

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Hi,

In order to use this downloader, you must get the list of symbols located here:
LSE Symbols

You can also get Yahoo EOD data by using the following downloader: Historical Stock Quotes Data for more than 50 Exchanges





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Ant
2012-12-09 18:09:26

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Hi

Thanks for the reply. I have downloaded the LSE symbols although the history on this site recognises that I have previously downloaded the symbols.

I then tried the historick quotes using object 575 - Yahoo EOD data and the results I get from that is: 'No data available' for most of the symbols listed. I would just like to download UK data to begin with.

Thanks again



QuantShare
2012-12-09 21:33:09

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Please follow the next steps:
- Select "Symbol -> Auto Manage Symbols"
- Check "London stock exchange"
- Click on "Save"



Jason Clark
2012-12-31 06:33:29

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Thanks, that worked for me!


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