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Withdrawal in USD from account with GBP base currency



How do I withdraw in USD funds from an account with GBP base currency? When I try to withdraw to the USD card attached to the account it has GBP locked as the withdrawal currency option (and shows zero as available GBP to withdraw as I have already withdrawn the GBP). I deposited the funds originally in USD and want to avoid the FX charges and margin imposed by IG.

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I have the same issue. My base currency is GBP but I prefer trading US stocks and all my funds are now in USD and I would like to transfer some of my money to my currency account which in USD avoiding 2xcurrency exchange loss. Could someone please help?

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