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As I have said in my last message I am fairly new to IG. I see that IG provide information as to the effect on indices of shares going ex div. but would suggest that it would be very useful if they also itemised just which shares were involved and also showed the amount of each dividend.

 

Similarly I think it would help clients if when a share went ex div. this was shown on the page showing clients' holdings. 

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Hi  and thanks for you suggestion. I shall make sure to pass this onto our futures desk and shares desk and see if we can give some more granular data in regards to dividends and ex-div dates / values etc. All feedback is periodically collated and if sufficient number of people request something we certainly look to try and add it. I shall try and keep you updated. 

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Hi, I am also fairly new to IG trading. I would like to make a request also. I have created a watch list with my favorite dividend trading stocks. Is it possible to have the ex dividend dates and the dividend yield % as a category for the stocks on the watch list view on the workspace view. If this can be added it would make my trading strategy a lot easier, thanks.

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