I'm trying to use the formula =GOOGLEFINANCE("ITSA4") to get ITSA4 current price in a single cell, but I get a "#N/A" instead of its price.
The detailed error states: "When evaluating GOOGLEFINANCE, the query for the symbol: 'ITSA4' returned no data".
This formula (which is supposed to display current price with a certain delay) is not working in Google Spreadsheets for any Brazilian stock (had already tried other common stock's tickers and syntax (like =GOOGLEFINANCE("PETR4"), =GOOGLEFINANCE("VALE3"), etc.)
Also had tried to append BVMF (like =GOOGLEFINANCE("BVMF:ITSA4")), with no luck.
Curiously, if I type American stocks (let's say =GOOGLEFINANCE("AMZN")), it works.
And also, if I type =GOOGLEFINANCE("ITSA4","price","3/26/2018")it also works, but it brings a header like in a matrix formula with 2 columns - date/hour and price (doesn't fit in a single cell), and I can't get today's current price (it only works when the specified date is in the past - yesterday or before).
Seems like the problem is with the current price/ some Google Finance restriction or problem, not the command syntax...
I need to get the current price of brazilian's BVMF listed tickers in a single cell... isn't it possible anymore?
Can anybody help?
Thanks in advance,