Incorrect spread on Wall Street DBF?
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Ive just put a long bet on the Wall Street DBF (15th Jan, approx 1824hrs GMT) and noticed that the spread is 5.8 rather than the 1.6 it usually is at this time. Plus, the minimum stop is 12 rather than the normal 6. This has increased the chance of my position being pinged-out and therefore lose 1% of my account.
Is this normal, have the spreads and stops changed suddenly for these trading hours or is this a technical error?
If the latter, and I lose the position when it would have gone in my favour, what can I do to get my funds back?
Thanks in advance,
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