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Unable to close PRT trades - Demo


SixEight

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Hi All,

Experiencing a rather unusual scenario at the moment, I'm about £30 up on a scalp on two trades but I'm unable to exit either of them on PRT - the X on the chart is greyed out and when clicking 'exit' on the order book, it does nothing?

Does anyone know why this is or how to resolve the issue?

Many thanks,

J

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