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I'm confused by the change and % change numbers at the top of a chart not matching those when I hover the mouse over today's candlestick - in fact they seem  to be positive/negative versions of each other. Am I just reading the top numbers wrong? chart_diffs.thumb.png.497453ab3e7755d2528b41a541f1240e.png

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