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how can I get today's asset close price after market is close.

I searched articles in the forum, but I still haven't got the correct answer.
I want to write a screener to help me screen some longs and short equities after the market close.
As shown in the backtest,however, I can only get last Friday's close price..

So my question is, is there anyway to get today's price? (today is Monday, and market has been closed for 10hours)

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Backtest from to with initial capital
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# Backtest ID: 59f81fc976481a4144462ab5
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Generally, the most recent day's pricing data is available 8 or 9 hours after close. We had a problem with our data provider last night and the data was delayed by a few hours. 10 hours after close would usually be fine.

Operationally, we need the previous day's data available at 8:45 AM Eastern so we can run before_trading_starts() on our algorithms, so the data is ready by then in almost all situations.

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