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Forex Data

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Download Forex historical data for 10 pairs.

You need to add the following symbols in order to use this downloader.
CHFJPY
EURCHF
EURGBP
EURJPY
EURUSD
GBPUSD
USDCHF
USDDEM
USDJPY
USDRUB

Just select "Symbol -> Add" in QuantShare, then add the following line:
CHFJPY;EURCHF;EURGBP;EURJPY;EURUSD;GBPUSD;USDCHF;USDDEM;USDJPY;USDRUB

After that, select Symbol->Update, then set the following values as the name1 of the previously added symbols
21084 -> name1 of the symbol CHFJPY
106 -> name1 of the symbol EURCHF
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