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Hong Kong HS50-Why different currency & value per contract

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My location in Singapore hrs (GMT+8 hrs). 

Why selecting the same indices HS50 can appear in different currency & also different value per contract? Is there any setting to trade only in SD?

HK-Hong Kong dollar

SD-Singapore dollar

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Hi @SGCYS,  have a look at the asset dropdown box and check to see if you have choice of currencies and that any devices you are using are on the same settings. (See pic)

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Thanks a lot for helping 🙂

Indeed I can select SD including other indices like Germany 30 Cash, Japan 225, Wall Street etc.

Have a great weekend 🥂

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