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Local Currency Values of Open Positions in New Platform

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Hi Team

 

The legacy platform shows my local currency ($AU) value of each open position.

 

I can't see the same information in the new platform.  Is this missing or is there a way to set this up?

 

Can we have this feature if it is not already there?

 

Thanks!

 

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Hi - this functionality should be possible using the top left hand drop down on the positions window. My displays in GBP but yours should be in AUD.I hope this clarifies things for you, but let me know if you need any further assistance. 

 

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Hi there,

Also, is it possible to see graphs of a position in my local currency rather than the currency that I might trade?

 

Thanks,

Sebastian

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