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I have been observing the spread of Singapore Blue Chip Cash product gets widenened even during peak trading hours. It is not consistent and putting us in advantageous position. Why IG is doing this?

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Hey - this particular market will always hav a 0.1 pt IG spread which is wrapped around the underlying market spread. If the underlying market increases, then so to does the IG platform. This directly represents the actual market, and you'll also see this on the SAF (Top 40). This is because there is quite a bit of movement in the spread changing on this index, unlike others. I hope this clarifies things for you. 

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