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MT4 MarketWatch problem



There is something wrong with my MT4 Live account market watch window (I have attached two screenshots, 1st one is live account, 2nd is demo account)

It is all in black and has no order information. also has a strange question market after every pairs. 

Any suggestions?



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Hi @geasssos

Thanks for the query. 

Looks like your are viewing the incorrect symbols, on your spread betting account you need to use the symbols that end in the pound sign. You can view the correct symbols in the following ways

1. Right clicking on market watch, then selecting show all (This will include untradeable symbols)

2. Right click on market watch, select symbols to enable groups individually. 

All the best, 




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