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On 28/10/2022 at 21:52, Pet007 said:

Could you add the following stock as "All Session" please:

ACB, CGC, RBLX, FUBO, LCID, SOFI, PRTY, CLSK, U (as Unity software)

Many Thanks

Hi @Pet007

If you are trading on a leverage account (CFD or Spread Betting), you can trade all US stocks pre- or post- market. They do not have to have the title 'All sessions' for you to trade them out of hours. However due to low liquidity in the pre- and post- market, you would have to call our desk to trade these. Unfortunately we cannot trade them online when it is out of hours nor can we add them as All Sessions stocks. All the best, O.D

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