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Hi guys,

I am new here and getting started in this new journey.

I decided to start with Indexes until I grow a bigger account.

How do I know what Exchange are the Indices shown in IG traded?

I would like to trade at closing of each market, so how do I know if that market is still opened or not?

Thanks in advance.

XR

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3 hours ago, tradexr said:

Hi guys,

I am new here and getting started in this new journey.

I decided to start with Indexes until I grow a bigger account.

How do I know what Exchange are the Indices shown in IG traded?

I would like to trade at closing of each market, so how do I know if that market is still opened or not?

Thanks in advance.

XR

Hi, IG get their prices from multiple sources to provide a 24/5 market so not just from a single exchange.

see https://www.ig.com/uk/pricing-execution

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