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gomezc73
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Calendar and Weekly exchange rate

Hello,

I need help with this issue.

 

I have a weekly exchange rate report, it is downloaded every saturday..

 

Then in the report if I need a exchange rate of Monday or Tuesday by example is necesary use the last valid exchange rate downloaded.

 

 By Example:

   The exchange rate used for the day 07/13/2020 must be 1.131850 (Downloaded on 07/11/2020). that is the last vlid exchange rate

 

    Somebody know how do it?

 

This is the table i have:

 

DateCurrency FromCurrency ToDate IN JDE Exchange Rate 
7/10/2020EURUSD  
7/11/2020EURUSD7/11/2020             1.131850
7/12/2020EURUSD  
7/13/2020EURUSD  
7/14/2020EURUSD  
7/15/2020EURUSD  
7/16/2020EURUSD  
7/17/2020EURUSD  
7/18/2020EURUSD7/18/2020             1.142250
7/19/2020EURUSD  
7/20/2020EURUSD  
7/21/2020EURUSD  
7/22/2020EURUSD  
7/23/2020EURUSD  
7/24/2020EURUSD  
7/25/2020EURUSD7/25/2020             1.162550

 

 

 

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@gomezc73 , locate the attachment with the solution.

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@gomezc73 , locate the attachment with the solution.

Hello, I tried using

New exchange Rate = maxx(filter('Table', [Date]<=EARLIERER('Table'[Date])),LASTNONBLANKVALUE('Table'[Date IN JDE],max('Table'[ Exchange Rate ]))))
And it works only with a "Currency From", By Example if the tables is only From EUR to USD.
But when i added other Currencys in the tables the formula doesn't work. It bring the MAX Exchange rates From other Currencys..
How The formula can be improve to consider the "Currency From"?
 

Perfect!!!. That's just what i needed.. You are a genious!!
Ashish_Mathur
Super User
Super User

Hi,

In the report which you download every Saturday, is there a "Date of download" column?


Regards,
Ashish Mathur
http://www.ashishmathur.com
https://www.linkedin.com/in/excelenthusiasts/

Hello

Yes, the first column is the calendar date, and the fourth column is the date on which the Exchange Rate was obtained.

when I search for

  • the calendar date,
  • from and
  • CURRENCY UP,

it only gets me the exchange rate of the Saturdays and the rest of days is blank, so I need to repeat that exchange rate for the next few days, until I get the exchange rate for the next Saturday and so on.

Calendar DateCurrency FromCurrency ToDownload Date Exchange Rate
1/6/2018AEDUSD1/6/2018 0.272300
1/7/2018AEDUSD 0.272300
1/8/2018AEDUSD 0.272300
1/9/2018AEDUSD 0.272300
1/10/2018AEDUSD 0.272300
1/11/2018AEDUSD 0.272300
1/12/2018AEDUSD 0.272300
1/13/2018AEDUSD1/13/2018 0.272300
1/14/2018AEDUSD 0.272300
1/15/2018AEDUSD 0.272300
1/16/2018AEDUSD 0.272300
1/17/2018AEDUSD 0.272300
1/18/2018AEDUSD 0.272300
1/19/2018AEDUSD 0.272300
1/20/2018AEDUSD1/20/2018 0.272300

@gomezc73 - Can you use Fill Down in Power Query? Otherwise, if you are doing a column, you could do something like:

 

Final Exchange Rate =
  IF(
    [Exchange Rate] <> "",
    [Exchange Rate],
    VAR __Date = MAXX(FILTER('Table',[Calendar Date] < EARLIER([Calendar Date]) && [Currency From] = EARLIER([Currency From]) && [Currency To] = EARLIER([Currency To]) && [Exchange Rate] <> ""),[Calendar Date])
    RETURN MAXX(FILTER('Table',[Calendar Date] = __Date),[Exchange Rate])

Somehow though, not sure we are all starting from the same place you are. 


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Greg_Deckler
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@gomezc73 - You are basically looking at Lookup Min/Max kind of - https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Quick-Measures-Gallery/Lookup-Min-Max/m-p/985814#M434

 

In your case,

Measure =
  VAR __Date = MAX('Table'[Date])
  VAR __RateDate = MAXX(FILTER('ExchangeRates',[Date]<=__Date && [Exchange Rate] <> ""),[Date])
RETURN
  MAXX(FILTER('ExchangeRates',[Date] = __RateDate),[Exchange Rate])

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