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Lucifer

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 - which market are you referring to specifically and I can look into this?

 

We have some limit restrictions in place to stop fat finger errors (for example if a market is trading at 11.54 and someone wanted a limit at 13.20 we want to guard against someone putting in 132 by mistake). You can however give us a call if you wish to go outside these levels on the odd occasion. If you think a specific market has 'fat finger' restrictions too close, please let me know and I'll look into this for you. 

 

 

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