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PRT Pre-market Data


JackD

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Hi, 

Does PRT or IG offer pre-market data, would like to be able to scan for stocks that are gaping up or down pre-open. |
Currently using PRT but cant see the indicated price pre-open only from yesterday close.  

Cheers 

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2 hours ago, JackD said:

Hi, 

Does PRT or IG offer pre-market data, would like to be able to scan for stocks that are gaping up or down pre-open. |
Currently using PRT but cant see the indicated price pre-open only from yesterday close.  

Cheers 

 

1 hour ago, SixEight said:

I'd also be interested in finding out about this, as far as I can see, IG don't offer it

No IG don't provide pre-market data, also IG operate their own market which tracks the underlying exchange.

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