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Price on IG is massively different to market price.

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I’m relatively new to trading and something at the moment is confusing me.


US crude oil is currently trading at around $26 dollars but the price on IG is $29 for a DFB on my spread betting account.

XRP (Ripple Crypto Currency) the market price is around £0.16 but on IG on my spread-betting account it’s trading at I’ve £0.19 on a DFB 

I can’t seem to find any explanations but I’m confused as to why the price is significantly different?

Some shares are trading exactly the same as the market price and others are wildly different?

Thanks in advance for the info.

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Adding to that question. What is the difference between Crude Oil US (10$) and Crude Oil US (1£). Prices and % change are massively different.




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