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Downloaded chart data seems to be inaccurate


APIGraham

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Hi,

I am using the API to download historical chart data and I am finding the latest data is not matching that shown in the normal IG web interface. Attached is a picture of the EUR/USD 15 min timeframe. Using 10.15 on the 27th April 2022 as an example, some prices match (open price [ask]) but the others do not (and not even close). Can you please let me know how to resolve this inaccuracy?

Earlier prices, e.g. 2 days ago, seem more accurate

Thanks

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