have both "ending balance and current balance" listed on home tab under "all accounts"

After updates stock quotes yesterday i ended up with two balances on my home page account list.. One is Current balance and the other ending balance.  the current balance is the correct one and the ending balnce is yesterdays balances.   How do I get rid of the ending balance?


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Hi All,

There is a problem where an event telling Quicken to update the security balance at the bottom of the register is not being triggered at the end of a quote update.  We are logging a defect for this.  

I manually forced the event notification to be sent by re-indexing lots.  

I found that the amounts in Port View, Holdings snapshot, and reports were all collecting the event correctly.  Once I re indexed lots the balances matched everywhere.

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