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Stop loss orders flushed while Trading Halt


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Could someone please explain why it is reasonable to flush members' stop loss orders while their stocks are in trading halt? 

I have not experienced this with other platforms but it's a IG permanent feature. 

Very very unhappy customers here. I will be on my way out if it continues to be like this.

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