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1 hour ago, Caseynotes said:

I would have added a rosette or champions cup emoji but the blasted things seem to have run away.

whoops. admin error. can't get the staff these days. Fixed. Should see updated options right here....

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3 hours ago, TrendFollower said:

Let’s get it down to 50%. That would be a great result and improvement. Does anyone know how other CFD and Spreadbetting platforms fare?

Coincidentally it's now the same as FXCM...I saw this the other day and thought "ah, that's better than IG Index"...

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