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Wide bid-offer spreads compared to actual market


Guest cheewt

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Hi, I am based in Asia and I was just looking at your Hong Kong and Singapore stocks' bid-offer. They seem much much wider that what is actually quoted onshore. 

 

Is there a reason to that?

 

I find the wide bid-offer makes it not worth investing in the said countries' stocks through IG

 

Thanks

 

Chee

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Guest NathanH

Hi there,

 

Our CFD prices for Hong Kong and Singaporean stocks are taken directly from the main exchanges. As such, you shouldn't be seeing any differences if you have live prices activated. Would you be able to let us know where you were seeing the smaller spreads so that we can take a look into it for you?

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