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When could the spread of Wall Street DFB go back to normal as before? as it has a 50% increase after the COVID-19



I always do day trading of Wall Street DFB in the IG platform.

Before the COVID-19, the spread of Wall Street DFB, which is listed on the website and I can saw inside the IG platform, is much less than the current level.

As listed below, the spread of the Wall Street DFB has a 50% increase during the normal UK trading time 08:00-21:00.

Before the COVID-19, the spread of Wall Street DFB is 1.6 from 14:30 to 21:00, but now it is 2.4.


When could the spread of Wall Street DFB go back to normal as before?  It should be 1.6 (14.30-21.00). Thanks



Wall Street DFB      
24 hours      
  Now Old Increase %
08.00-14.30 3.6 2.4 50.00%
14.30-21.00 2.4 1.6 50.00%
21.15-21.30 9.8 9.8 0.00%
22.00-23.00 9.8 9.8 0.00%
All other times 4.8 3.8 26.32%
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