Bug: Trends present wrong values using custom dates for Debts > By Account

Hello.

I was trying to get the amount of my expenses on my credit card accounts for some monthly ranges from last year when I found this weird bug:

- I have selected Debts > By Account and then selected only All Credit Cards

- Then I selected custom date ranges starting from 09/01/2014 until 01/01/2015.

- It works most time but whenever the end date is between 11/30/2014 and 12/29/2015 all cards except one show $0, and that single one shows $5

- It doesn't seem like the start date matters, nor the kind of graph being shown

- But if I click on the one of the bars of the bar graph, the transactions presented seem to be correct


I hope that with this description you will be able to nail this bug.


Thanks!

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