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Sudden change in share holdings



I own shares in Avita (AVH) and yesterday they had "call to close" against them all day.

This morning the share price had jumped dramatically (from $0.45 to $8.30) but my holding had gone from 277 to 14.

In my history there is a SELL of 277 shares with no price and a BUY of 14 shares again with no price - but I didn't place either order.

Can someone explain what occurred?


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I hold AVH too - i can recommend following AVH's ASX announcements which will tell you everything you need to know about the redom (also the HotCopper forum), but I would like an answer from IG if possible as to whether they will be updating our buy prices (av price) and to rectify profit reporting please

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