Minimum contract sizes
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Have the minimum contract sizes been increased?
I used to trade 0.13 contracts on FTSE 100 cash (£2), as I'm new to trading live and only have a small account.
This morning, the smallest contract size I can trade is 0.5! Almost 4x what it was before?
Anyone know why it's changed, if it's temporary or likely to stay that way? If it stays that way I won't be able to afford to trade and will have to close my account.
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