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Anyone else having a problem with the chart display of Nvidia Corp share price?

Difficult to describe what's happening but it basically only shows the current candlestick within the current day, and sometimes barely does that. Even if you're on a 1 minute view and it's 1pm the previous candlestick relates to the last minute of trading on the previous day. And the current one shows the time and date as 9.00 tomorrow. I've attached a screenshot of what it looks like at 7.40pm today if that helps.

I haven't seen this problem with any other instrument on IG.

NVIDIA Corp (All Sessions)_20200629_19.40.png

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