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Helper I
Helper I

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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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"?
 

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Super User III
Super User III

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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Super User IV
Super User IV

@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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