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Loss of LSE non-order-book data feed


Guest FiXXXeR

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Guest FiXXXeR

I trade mainly SETSqx (Market Maker) stocks on AIM, but since yesterday the graphs & trade data is not updating. This is apparently caused by LSE's third-party provider making some sort of major change that will take a month to resolve:

https://twitter.com/NewtonsFluxions/status/876879432681762816

 

Is there anything you can do to help improve the situation? How about at least feeding the daily and weekly charts you provide with opening and closing values?

 

Otherwise - as someone who relies on charts (on the Android App) constantly for my trading - I'm flying blind here!!

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Guest Ionoc

Is nobody else furious about this, you've right, it makes SETSqx a bloomin nightmare. I've got open positions and rely on charts, volume and price action for my trading decisions. It's absolutely outrageous and we had no warning. This loss of service is totally unacceptable and if IG had prior warning I hope they are ready to meet claims. Regards

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