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Am I reading things wrong when different websites show different stock values than IG? I can't share a screen shot just now because Yahoo finance does not update until the markets open. I am trading Wall Street - DOW - and do not see the same values on both places. Is spread betting significantly different? Can I see a place that shows more change in spread bet values? The IG window is pretty small.

 

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1 hour ago, MichaelS said:

Am I reading things wrong when different websites show different stock values than IG? I can't share a screen shot just now because Yahoo finance does not update until the markets open. I am trading Wall Street - DOW - and do not see the same values on both places. Is spread betting significantly different? Can I see a place that shows more change in spread bet values? The IG window is pretty small.

 

Hi, usually the financial press and web sites quote the exchange price but you are trading on IG's market which tracks the underlying market (usually an exchange or a CME futures market) so prices will not be exactly the same.

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On 19/04/2020 at 03:40, WeC said:

On IG, you are not trading the share but CFD. That's why you see a price difference between the actual share price on public websites and CFD pricing

Hi, 

Is also the case on the isa share dealing account where for example the share in questing shows on IG Trade section to buy at 290, but when you select to buy market day, your actually buying this at $303 dollars 

Why is this? 

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