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Error pre 8am plots on all shares on PRT v10.1 this morning

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Today all major UK shares (I checked all FTSE100) incorrectly had pre 8 am plots appear at approximately 7.59 am on PRT v 10.1 spread betting charts.

Note the time on my computer is spot on as it was synchronised at 7.58 am

These plots are obviously wrong as the values are spurious and the main market does not open until 8 am.  I have seen this occasionally before on one or two FTSE100 shares but never all at once.  Many people will not have spotted this unless they are super vigilent.

Coupled with fact that shares did not correctly open at 8am yesterday I guess there is something wrong with how PRT is being launched at IT Finance end of things.

Hopefully this can be resolved soon.

 

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I'm just going to point @WillA , one of our technical support guys in our trading services team, in your direction who should be able to help / investigate. 

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