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Integrating IG-trading with external data-provider?


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14 hours ago, zala said:

If I would like to be able trade from my IG-account, but utilising say a different data-provider, such as - Infront.

Would that be possible, basically via that software executing trades from my IG account?

Hi, no you can only trade on IG charts using IG market data which are the prices IG offer clients as selected from their liquidity providers, you can't use another organisations data.

IG's market data is relayed to your account and also relayed to the data processing company IT Finance who then reproduce it in chart form which is what you see on your screen.

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Hi - I am looking for index volume data, DAX etc, which I could stream into my Excel

free or cheap feed, any ideas ? Thanks Edward

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