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Some charts showing incorrect prices



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Some charts showing incorrect prices for Friday 28th April, the chart price does not match the 'Buy' price.

Why is the chart for BAE showing a price of 590p when it's really 1014p?
Why is the chart for 888 showing a price of 208.88p when it's really 80p?
Why is the chart for Direct Line showing a price of 356p when it's really 171p?
Why is the chart for Redrow showing a price of 420p when it's really 517p?
Why is the chart for Persimmon showing a price of 1705p when it's really 1314p?
Why is the chart for Rio Tinto showing a price of 3083p when it's really 5049p?
Why is the chart for BP showing a price of 486p when it's really 534p?
Why is the chart for ITV showing a price of 195p when it's really 80p?
Why is the chart for Kier Group showing a price of 1378p when it's really 76.7p?

Checked in Firefox and Chrome browsers on two different devices, PC and laptop both running Windows 10. Also logged out and in again but not change.

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On 02/05/2023 at 10:05, mondrian said:

Do you think there's a connection with this?

Maybe. The spurious prices I listed above were all stocks listed on the UK's LSE, so I wonder if it had something to do with the Bank Holiday Weekend. I also see price spikes that ruin the scaling on some charts.


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