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Is anybody else having difficulties saving their Trading History to a csv file on the IG UK platform?

Since yesterday, when I try to do it, the file is created but there is nothing in it, even though I can see all the trades on the platform.


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I was finally able to download the Trade History data this morning but now the csv file shows all of my trades as SELL trades even though there should be a number of BUY trades...really weird! 

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@Tcs106Im having exactly the same issue.

Its been over 1 week now that you are unable to export correct data for a trading summary as an MS excel CSV file. The data is incorrect and shows all positions as SELL and incorrect values. This very frustrating and has come at at a bad time for the year end tax calculations!


Come on @ig.com sort this out!😞

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