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NseTools – Getting Average Price of Company Stock

  • Last Updated : 19 Jul, 2021

In this article we will see how we can get the average price of given company using nsetools. Nsetools is a library for collecting real time data from National Stock Exchange of India. A stock quote is the price of a stock as quoted on an exchange. A basic quote for a specific stock provides information, such as its bid and ask price, last traded price, and volume traded. For a given stock, add up the total purchase price for all shares, then add in any dividends that have been reinvested, and divide that total by the total number of shares owned. This will give you an average cost per share.

Steps to get the Stock Quote 
1. Import the Nse from nsetools 
2. Create a Nse object 
3. From the Nse object get the stock quote with the help of get_quote method with the NSE Stock code of the company 
4. Get the average price from the quote with the help of ‘averagePrice’ key 
5. Print the average price value 
 

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Below is the implementation  



Python3




# importing nse from nse tools
from nsetools import Nse
 
# creating a Nse object
nse = Nse()
 
# nse stock code for wipro
code = "wipro"
 
# getting stock quote
quote = nse.get_quote(code)
 
# getting average price
value = quote['averagePrice']
 
# printing average price
print("Average Price  : " + str(value))

Output : 

Average Price  : 280.4

Another example 

Python3




# importing nse from nse tools
from nsetools import Nse
 
# creating a Nse object
nse = Nse()
 
# nse stock code for sbi
code = "sbin"
 
# getting stock quote
quote = nse.get_quote(code)
 
# getting average price
value = quote['averagePrice']
 
# printing average price
print("Average Price  : " + str(value))

Output : 

Average Price  : 193.9

 




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