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Hi, I am having the same issue:

Some daily charts are not accurate and/or not updating since few days. Example: Amazon.com Inc and Facebook show wrong daily value for October 1st (compared to hourly charts).

Can you look into this?

Thanks,

 

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Hi ,

 

I'm afraid we're currently experiencing issues with the daily candle updating on a number of our indices charts. It's being looked into now, and I'll update you when we know more.

 

Glad to hear you're able to use an alternative contract for the time being.

 

Tim

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