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Help understanding an order placed


NickBa

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Hello,

I am relatively new to spread betting and would be grateful for help understanding an order I placed.

I placed the following order at 22.00 on 07/04/20 to Buy ALLNOV. Price at close that day was 244.8

Size: 10

Price level: 248

Expiry: Good till cancelled

Stop (normal): 4.5

Limit: 20

Net off.

 

However, the position closed at 08.05 on 08/04/20 at -£48.84. Please see below:

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Can you help me understand what happened? Thanks for your help.

Nick

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