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On 19/06/2021 at 09:19, jimmy1511 said:

I have heard that All UK brokers will Sell all shares in TRCH once they have Merged. Are IG going to be doing this? thanks


Thanks for your post.

Traders holding the stock will receive (Metamaterial Inc) on the pay date. 

We will receive the Metamaterial Inc shares and place them onto traders accounts. 

All the best 

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