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14 hours ago, LGL said:

How soon I can withdraw the money from the IG account after selling US shares? Thanks

Thanks for your post. 

For Spread betting/ CFD you will be able to withdraw funds as soon as you close your positions. 

For ISAs/ Share dealing :

Please know our settlement period works on a T+2 (T+3 for US shares) basis. This means the cash for these shares won't settle on your account the day you sold them but two (three for US shares) working days later.

All the best 
 

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