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1 hour ago, Anees said:

Every time i open trade P&L total show less than the open trade P&L, why this happen? Please guide

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Hi @Anees

Thank you for reaching out. 

Could you please provide more clarity to your query. From the screenshot you provided, it seems like P&L Total and your account total show the same value in USD. The spot gold contract you are trading is denominated in AUD so this is then converted to USD as your account base currency is USD. image.png 

All the best, OfentseIG

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2 hours ago, OfentseIG said:

Hi @Anees

Thank you for reaching out. 

Could you please provide more clarity to your query. From the screenshot you provided, it seems like P&L Total and your account total show the same value in USD. The spot gold contract you are trading is denominated in AUD so this is then converted to USD as your account base currency is USD. image.png 

All the best, OfentseIG

Ok dear i am new and got your point, i was not considering 58.3 profit is in AUD. Now i got it. Thanks

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