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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!!
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I agree with all comments so far. No one gets paid (or pays) in fractional cents, so anything shown beyond 2 decimals is worthless.
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On 12/1, JNJ prior day closing price shows as $139.81 and closing price shows as $139.98, indicating a gain for the day of $0.17. But, the gain shows as $0.65. That is the two-day gain from 11/29 opening to closing on 12/1. That makes it impossible to rely on information for any given stock from one day to the next. This has to be addressed by Yahoo, and soon. Until then, their stock page CANNOT be relied upon.
This is really simple math, yet Yahoo stumbled over it. If Yahoo can’t get this right, how will they ever get the really bothersome issues figured out?Lyle Leimkuhler supported this idea ·