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IG South Africa . How is it possible your spreads differ dramatically from those of the UK .EG DAX 30 spread 7 UK Dax 30 spread 68 South Africa 

I find it hard to believe this vast difference ones only feels a total rip off in the African continent  I can confirm a lot  more of these VAST differences  but then you already know that So Why you ripping the ring out of the South Africans 

  

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4 minutes ago, Sironsalot said:

IG South Africa . How is it possible your spreads differ dramatically from those of the UK .EG DAX 30 spread 7 UK Dax 30 spread 68 South Africa 

I find it hard to believe this vast difference ones only feels a total rip off in the African continent  I can confirm a lot  more of these VAST differences  but then you already know that So Why you ripping the ring out of the South Africans 

  

Hi, are you looking at the mt4 platform, if so the Dax spread is stated as 68 but this actually means 6.8 points (which is the out of hours price as there are problems on the exchange).

Was 28 (2.8 points) this morning though before the covid volatility was normally 10 (1 point)

Also note a stop loss of 100 = 10 points. 

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Hihi

Underlying spreads tend to be much wider on SA 40 futures (screenshot of the JUN futures below).

We're typically 8pts round market in hours - it's likely that you'll see much wider ATM given current lack of liqudity.

We will of course tighten up when possible.

 

Ludwik

 

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