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Please what time period does the 'Change Column' show? Thank you.

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Hi  The change and percent change are daily and I have always presumed it is from midnight to midnight but now you mention it I realise I don't actually know for certain.

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Hi and ,

 

The list below details the different times at which the Percentage Change and the High and Low columns are reset for our most popular markets. All times are correct to London local time.

 

 

MARKET                                                                     Futures Reset Time  Daily Reset Time
FTSE 100                                                                   16:30               16:36
EU Stocks 50                                                               21:00               16:36
Germany 30, France 40, Switzerland Blue Chip, Austria 20 , Netherlands 25  16:30               16:30
Germany Tech 30                                                            21:00               16:30
Italy 40                                                                   16:40               16:40
Sweden 30                                                                  16:20               16:20
Spain 35                                                                   16:35               16:35
South Africa 40                                                            15:45               15:00
Wall Street, US SPX500,Us Tech 100, US Russell 2000, Canada 60             21:15               21:00
Japan 225                                                                  06:30               06:00
Hong Kong HS 42, China H-Shares                                            08:15               08:00
India 50                                                                   10:15               10:00
Singapore Blue Chip                                                        09:15               09:00
Taiwan Index Futures                                                       05:45               05:30
Australia 200                                                              05:30               05:00
All Shares except Australian                                               00:01               00:01
Australian Shares                                                          10:01               10:01
All Currencies, Spot Gold and Silver                                       20:00               20:00

 

 

Please note: All times stated above are indicative and can be subject to change.

 

Hope that helps!

 

Dan

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