Stock Historical Data - Yahoo Finance CSV

David T. sunfish62 at
Thu Oct 27 10:34:18 EDT 2016

Hello Moshe,

The question of importing historical stock price data has come up many times over the years. In short, there is no direct way of achieving this.

There is a page on the wiki giving one method ( <>). 

Another approach is to convert the csv into OFX and import that ( <>).

Most recently as last November, someone asked this question at: <>.

See if any of these gives you help in finding a solution.


> On Oct 27, 2016, at 9:46 AM, Milton Stern <drmoshe5 at> wrote:
> Hi Everybody,
> I noticed that Yahoo Finance has a bulk Stock Historical Data export
> function as a CSV file.
> Does anybody know if this file can be imported into GnuCash?
> Thanks,
> Moshe
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