Andrea, a business analyst in Swiss Re, is preparing a data analysis on Swiss Re share prices over the past couple of years. She knows this information is held in a database. However, when she tried to access it, she found out it was accidentally dropped. She contacted IT and learnt that the restoration of the table will take a couple of days. Since data have to be ready tomorrow, the only option is to manually replicate data from another database that is still available. So will you help Andrea? Let's step into her shoes and help her recreate a lost table!
Challenge is not about algorithms and results. It gives you a chance to think and connect information. Your task is to help Andrea derive the lost database table and accomplish 3 tasks. So how does it work and where is the problem?
At given points in time, program goes against the market figures and stores the current Swiss Re share price into a database. The database tables contain both :
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, one of these tables was dropped. Tables containing absolute share prices are still available. However, the table of monthly cash flows needs to be recreated.
After you click on "I am interested" in the challenge, we will send you a detailed example of how the tables are created and when they are updated to help you in the challenge. We will also send you the data for the real task (folder is sent on daily basis). After you need to accomplish following tasks:
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