Typically, this issue is related to a date offset phrase used in your filter with weekly measures.
Weekly measures are computed using "Monday through Friday" data. When you use date offset it is possible that your filter will not end on the last day of the week (Tuesday for example.) Because date offset was designed to simulate results as they would have been on that date, only Monday through Tuesday of that week would be used.
Because StockFetcher charts are continuous to the most recent day (with date offset regions shaded) the charts compute weekly data using the full week. For this reason, there may be a mismatch between what your filter is reporting and how the chart appears. However, your filter results are correct for the specified date offset.
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