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No price updates since last night 06/10/2021 @ 22:01:01 and I cannot Buy/Sell or Close position



In my demo account I cannot see any update since last night at 22:01:01. I can see market data in PRT.


I cannot trade (Buy/Sell or close positions) on IG web platform, PRT or mobile.

I tried to close order in PRT but my order is being rejected!!!

Luckily this is demo account, if this happened to live account what would I do.

It also says "Phone IG to trade". 


Please help out, what is going on?

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