Compounded problems.Fidelity has long had a problem where they don't update the quotes sent to Quicken through One Setup Update until the next day. As in 7/2/2020 quotes are updated on 7/3/2020 at 3am, and they use 7/3/2020 as the date for the quotes even though the quote is really for 7/3/2020. I guess you can say it is "accurate" that a 3am on 7/3/2020 it is the same as it would have been on 7/2/2020 after the close, but how is Quicken suppose to know that a quote with a date of 7/3/2020 is really for 7/2/2020? Note you can tell when a price comes from the broker and not Quicken's third party service by looking at it in the price history. It will not have the volume (or high/low for non mutual funds).Since R27.24 One Setup Updates getting of quotes no longer overrides Fidelity's bad quote practices. In the past this problem would get hidden because when Quicken gets quotes from it third party service it would override Fidelity's price. For some reason that isn't happening any more, most likely due to some over site when they changed Quicken not to fetch the historical quotes, to speed up downloading of quotes. Note that if you go to the Investing tab -> Portfolio (Ctlr+U) and select Update, that update works like before and gives you the correct prices by overriding Fidelity's prices.Since the stock markets weren't open on 7/3/2020 there are no prices from the third party quote service to hide Fidelity's prices, which are really from 7/2/2020. Note that Fidelity isn't the only one doing this Ameritrade has been reported to doing the same thing.