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Dear IG. I see that Volume has finally been added to PRT over the summer for various instrument, but sadly not on any FX?

 

Is it the nearby future for FX or what is the status?

 

Best regards

 

Kasper

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Hi ,

 

Our next step is to see if we can get Volume for equities on spread betting ProRealTime accounts. Once we have been able to do this, we'll turn our attention to FX volume on ProRealTime!

 

Cheers,
Dan

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Hi Dan, What's the status for implementing the volume indicator in Prorealtime forex markets? The webtrader already has the volume indicator so it should be easy to implement into prorealtime?

 

Cheers Kasper

 

 

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Hi

 

At the moment there is no plan to include the tick data volume from our platform's FX pairs to ProRealTime, I will send your feedback to IT finance for further consideration. At the moment you will only be able to see volume for instruments where the volume data will comes from an exchange or underlying market such as shares and indices.

 

Thanks

Anton

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Guest Steve

Hi,

Has there been any progress with volumes for FX on PRT?

Thanks

Steve 

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