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Why does the Open, High, Low, Close (OHLC) of historical data on the Kite charts sometimes not match the records updated in NSE or BSE?

The OHLC historical data on Kite charts is modified to account for corporate actions such as bonus, stock splits, rights issues, spin off, and extraordinary dividends, i.e. dividends of 2% and above of the underlying stock's market value. The data on the NSE or BSE website might not undergo the same corporate action adjustments, and it reflects the precise trading price of the stock. As a result, the historical data on Kite may not align with the records updated on NSE or BSE.

All the current and upcoming corporate actions can be tracked on this list (DOC).