At a very important part of the market this morning...your market/stock quotes were way off!!!!! The DJIA was down -400 at one point and Yahoo Finance was only showing -100 for most of the morning. I'm not sure where Yahoo is getting it's data feed...but it appears that there may be external forces that are controlling your data without you knowing it. I would greatly appreciate it if it were as reliable as possible. I ended up having to go to CNBC to get genuine quotes. I have used Yahoo Finance for many years...but I'm not sure how reliable your quotes are moving forward.
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Lyle Leimkuhler commented
Here's an example: Yahoo shows previous closing price for a stock as $27.30 with the stock down today by 14 cents. Current price should be $27.16. Yahoo shows current price as $27.07. Why? The closing price used to display $27.07 was the closing of TWO days ago of $27.21. This is all too common.
Another example: Yesterday, a quote said the high price for the day was, say, $21.15 while the current price was even higher at, say, $21.27. Again, too common. Notwithstanding your Data Disclaimer, a financial information service absolutely MUST get it right!!