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1 minute ago, codsalltrader said:

I cant make a trade on spot gold anyone else?

yes, there has been problems on the exchange due to lack of supply and so therefore extra large spreads for the spot market since mid yesterday, because the spreads were so wide on the exchange IG pulled it. Look at the futures chart instead (see small arrow for dropdown box next to the spot chart market title top left corner).

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