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In cases where the function must return a historical price series (does not apply to attributes such as Earnings, etc.), this field will also allow the series to start with a base equal to 100.

The optios are :

  •  "Rebased to 100" (adjusts so that the start of the series equals 100)
  • "USD rebased to 100" (converts to US dollars and then adjusts so that the start of the series equals 100)
  • "EUR rebased to 100" (converts to Euros and then adjusts so that the start of the series equals 100)
  • "Inflation adjusted rebased to 100" (adjusts for inflation and then adjusts so that the start of the series equals 100)

Filling the field MULTIPLIER

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1) Prices for past dates are shown by default adjusted for corporate actions. If, however, the Optionals field is filled in as shown below, prices for past dates will be shown without corporate actions adjustments:

jtc.corroco = 0

 

2) This command causes a historical price series to be shown in based 100, that is, its value on the initial date will be 100

def.defdef = 7

 

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  • AdjustByCorporateActions=Yes (default)
  • AdjustByCorporateActions=No
  • AdjustByCorporateActions=YesExceptForCashDividends

 

2) The attribute "Index composition" (the weight that an asset has in the composition of an index) is one that always requires the Optionals field to be filled, since this field determines what is the desired index. The example shows the situation where the desired index is the Ibovespa (code = IBOV)

AmountInvestedBy = IBOV

 

43) The attribute "Value invested" (the amount invested by a fund in a given asset) is one that always requires the Optionals field to be filled, since this field determines the parameters of the invested asset.

Example 1 3A : Filling in the Optionals field to obtain the value invested in shares (Asset Class = STOCKS) of Microsoft (MSFT)

 

Example 2 3B : Filling in the Optionals field to obtain the value invested in other funds of the same Fund Manager

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