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Entry different from order level (not the spread) - what is happening?

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Hi there hope everyone is well!

I had an order open on USD/JPY this morning, and got entered about 8 points too early nowhere near my order, the spread at the time was about 1.7.

Something similar to this has happened before where my stop was higher than I put it.  It seems like these levels were moved after I was already in the trade?  

Does anyone have an idea what is happening here?

Thanks! 🙂

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