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ive searched and thought about this question but cant work it out. can you explain to me what is meant by   ... change ...    and .... %change in the instument box..

sorry if it becomes a stupid question but i cant work it out in my head

thanks in advance

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On 30/11/2019 at 22:36, bucko said:

ive searched and thought about this question but cant work it out. can you explain to me what is meant by   ... change ...    and .... %change in the instument box..

sorry if it becomes a stupid question but i cant work it out in my head

thanks in advance

Hey @bucko, thanks for your question. 

Change is point change for the market that day. % change is the % it's changed for the day. 

If a market that was priced at £10 moved up to £15 by the end of the day, change would be 5, change % would be +50%. 

I hope this helps :) 

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