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If you're long on any leveraged account then you will get the div, whilst if you're short then you will need to pay it (as you would in the underlying market). 


To put it simply, anything which happens in the underlying market will be replicated as best possible on our platform, within proportion and ratioed correctly when it comes to corp actions and events such as dividends. 

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Guest Soulwake

Hi James,

For complete clarity, this also applies to CFD's automatically created via DMA share dealings?

I.e. in any case they're cash payments?

Many Thanks.

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