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Afternoon all,

We've at long last pushed these out to our HTML5 trading platform. This has been released for all UK Spread Betting and Pro-CFD users. This has also been released to Australia, Dubai, Singapore and South Africa and we expect to roll this out to all of Europe by the end of the week.

Feel free to post any feedback – good or bad –  and I'll send it in the direction of the options desk.

Thanks,

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This looks great. Don’t really trade options but I see the benefits of having it in a tree. In the uk were not massive on them but people in the states seem to go crazy for it - probably because it’s the only way for retail to get leverage. 

Would be interested to see others opinions on this. Anyone trade them specifically? 

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