Matching on multiple criteria with a date range lookup

BILLYBOB1972

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I'm ok with index match formulas but I'm stuck with working out how to use a match with multiple criteria and finding a value based on a date range.

In the example below I need to match the reference but also find the price based on the date. The value in cells c2 & c3 should return 5.5 and cell c4 should return 5.75.

Is this possible. I've spent some time looking through multiple sites for assistance but I can't find anything that works. This may not even be a n index match so don't know if I'm even asking the right question. Hoping someone can point me in the right direction.

Reference (Column A)Date (Column B)Price (Column C)Reference (Column E)From (Column F)To (Column G)Price (Column H)
abc01/04/2020ABC01/04/201911/04/20205.5
abc10/04/2020ABC12/04/20205.75
abc19/04/2020DEF01/01/20198
 

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Toadstool

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Hi BillyBob1972,

Does this do what you want?

BillyBob1972.xlsx
ABCDEFGH
1Reference (Column A)Date (Column B)Price (Column C)Reference (Column E)From (Column F)To (Column G)Price (Column H)
2abc01-Apr-205.5ABC01-Apr-1911-Apr-205.5
3abc10-Apr-205.5ABC12-Apr-205.75
4abc19-Apr-205.75DEF01-Jan-198
Sheet1
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
C2:C4C2=INDEX($H$2:$H$6,MATCH(1,INDEX(($E$2:$E$6=A2)*(($F$2:$F$6<=B2)*(($G$2:$G$6>=B2)+($G$2:$G$6=""))),0,1),0))
 

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