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When logged in to the share trading platform and using the standard charts available there, the closing prices don't appear to include the final price after the 4:10 cleanup.

Is anyone else seeing this, or is there some setting I need to manage?

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On 14/04/2020 at 22:19, JagerBom said:

When logged in to the share trading platform and using the standard charts available there, the closing prices don't appear to include the final price after the 4:10 cleanup.

Is anyone else seeing this, or is there some setting I need to manage?

Hi, this has come up before so you could try a forum search (usually better to go via google) but if I remember it had something to do with IG not being involved in the exchanges pre and post market auctions and offer the available prices from liquidity providers not exchange listed prices.

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Ok yep, makes sense. Mainly wanted to see if I was missing a config option.

Cheers.

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