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29 minutes ago, Grego999 said:

At what time  of day is the ASX index adjusted for dividends?

Is it a 5, 10 or more minute adjustment usually ?

Hi @Grego999

Thanks for reaching out.

These are projected dividends and likely to change. IG cannot be held responsible for any changes made. Dividend adjustment blog 
 
Dividends highlighted in red include a special dividend, therefore some or all of the amount will not be adjusted. Amount in brackets is the expected adjustment after special dividends excluded (where shown on major indices).
 
Dividend adjustments due to be posted on a bank holiday will usually be posted on the previous working day.
 
Please contact the our helpdesk should you have any queries.

 

All the best - MongiIG
 

 

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20 minutes ago, Grego999 said:

also where can i find a list of the adjustments each week?

 

Hi @Grego999

Thanks for reaching out.

Dividend adjustments are posted on the IG Community every week. You will see a blog post on dividend adjustments on the blog page/section on the Community and it will also be promoted on our picks on the Community homepage.

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Please kindly visit this link for the current dividend adjustments 28th March 2022 - 4th April 2022: 

 

 

Hope this helps.

 

All the best - MongiIG

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33 minutes ago, Grego999 said:

can you please answer the above? thank you

Hi @Grego999,

For ASX cash close would be 4 pm AEDT

If you have an open position through a dividend adjustment, we’ll ensure that there is no material impact on you by either crediting or debiting your ledger with the exact amount you have incurred as additional running loss/profit due to the dividend adjustment.

You can find more details here:
https://www.ig.com/au/help-and-support/cfds/market-details/how-do-dividend-adjustments-affect-my-cfd-position

All the best - Arvin

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