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erhan_79
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the latest price on the table

hi there ,

 

i have a table "A "as below ,  i would like to create another new table" B" which shows the latest prices based on latest date .Could you pls help me

 

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PC2790
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Community Champion

Just in case you want to do it in Power Query, you can use the concept of grouping.

Sharing the file with the logic implemented for your reference.

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PC2790
Community Champion
Community Champion

Just in case you want to do it in Power Query, you can use the concept of grouping.

Sharing the file with the logic implemented for your reference.

johnt75
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Super User

You could create Table B as

Table B = GENERATE( ALLNOBLANKROW( 'Table A'[Material]),
SELECTCOLUMNS( TOPN(1, 'Table A', 'Table A'[Date]), "Date", 'Table A'[Date], "Price", 'Table A'[Price])
)

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