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I run my stocks and Shares ISA though IG, and I would like to be able to sort the shares list (the one under the search box) by % price change.  At present the only sort option is to list the shares by 'most popular' (default option) or alphabetically.   Curiously, if I move shares to my own watchlist this option becomes available, but it's impractical to transfer all shares to a watchlist  (all the same I've tried to do it and can't find a way to do it unless I move each share listing individually).

I've been a client since 2003 and have periodically asked for this to no avail despite being told it is a great idea and will be passed to the relevant team. Maybe you can arrange this for my 20th birthday present as a client of yours!

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