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Phil900

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I'm am new to trading and bought shares last night, if I go to Position on the IG app , instead of a latest  price like my other shares I have bought it had a black circle with a 20 in it like a billard ball. The selling price is 0.019. What does this mean

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No, also has the same black ball on the right of the page, same line at the company name and on the trading page if has the buying and selling price of 0.019 for both, then in the middle this black ball again with 20 in it.

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@Phil900, on the IG web page the shares have a restriction placed on them, presumably just today, they are marked as Closeing only (Unborrowable), so no new to open orders accepted.

I'm presuming that is what the symbol is referring to.

Though not sure if that applies to a unleveraged account.

https://www.ig.com/uk/marketanalysis/ig-shares/renascor-resources-limited

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Hi,
The black dot with 20 inside means that the price is delayed 20 minutes. You could also activate live data from Settings on MyIG!
It is also true that when the stock is in closing only, in a physical shares account, you would be able to reduce your position but not add up to it. 

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