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Hi I use MT4 demo charts, I found recently that the indices US30 & FTSE are displaying "false"wild swings in the evenings, this does not happen on live charts...Why is this so misleading?...I have attached charts below!

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HI @Ozee, yes these spikes are occurring on demo on the US session close bar and look to be the same as was reported on the web based platform in the 'Price spike 15 minutes in post-close' thread earlier in the week. Thanks for pointing out the problem is on MT4 as well,  cc to @WillA . 

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Copied from a similar thread about same issue:

Our Pricing Team are still investigating this as the initial solution tried did not work unfortunately.

I hope to have an update this week, sorry for the inconvenience in the meantime.

Will

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It occurs on the web-trader platform too, across the SP500.

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