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  1. Hey @JordanRC Would you be able to put a screenshot in here or give our client facing team a call to look into this for you. Is anyone else getting this issues?
  2. One of our analysts has but up a piece UK budget preview: what to expect. It's a good read for the news follower. It does link back to a piece back at the beginning of Feb that others may find useful.
  3. Short video on the MyIG page for those interested. Let me know what you think.
  4. Can you let us know what it is you don't like. You will still have access to the old platform using the dropdown next to 'Share dealing' on the MyIG page, whist you learn how the new platform works (we appreciate it's quite different to the old platform).
  5. Hey, Thanks for your question. If you want to vote you can do, you will need to get the form from the relevant company's investors website. From there get the form and follow the details found on the webpage below: https://www.ig.com/uk/help-and-support/investments/share-dealing-and-isas/do-you-offer-proxy-voting The company should also have their voting events on the site. Unfortunately, we don't send information out to clients about upcoming voting actions but I can put that through as feedback.
  6. Hey, Sometimes there are candlestick glitches however stops/ limits/ profit/ losses will not be impacted by the incorrect spike. Right at the end of the day we have to wait for our Australian technical team to get in and fix the glitched candlestick. Apologies for that.
  7. They're both looking pretty bearish, not sure when these two are going to turn
  8. USD Gross Domestic Product Price Index (Q4) worst than est Prev: 1.5% Est: 1.4% Actual: 1.3% USD Nondefense Capital Goods Orders ex Aircraft (Jan) better than est Prev: -0.8% Est: 0.1% Actual: 1.1% USD Gross Domestic Product Annualized (Q4) Prev: 2.1% Est: 2.1% Actual: 2.1% Initial Jobless Claims (Feb 21) Prev: 211K Est:212K Actual: 219K
  9. ^ Piece by DailyFX this morning. ^ Cable went down below 1.286 this morning before 11:30 GMT. It's heading back up now around 1.29. We have US news coming out at 13:30 GMT so will be good to see what impact that has on cable.
  10. This is just related to one stock but: We have a piece out related to EasyJet and coronavirus fears: Coronavirus dampens easyJet’s positive outlook from analysts The low-cost carrier has seen its share price fall by nearly 30% over the last five trading sessions as investors grow increasingly concerned about the impact of the coronavirus on airline stocks. Let me know what you think
  11. We have a piece out related to EasyJet and coronavirus fears: Coronavirus dampens easyJet’s positive outlook from analysts The low-cost carrier has seen its share price fall by nearly 30% over the last five trading sessions as investors grow increasingly concerned about the impact of the coronavirus on airline stocks. Let me know what you think
  12. We have the early morning call by Jeremy Naylor who speaks about the markets and how coronavirus news has impacted some of them. WWP British American Tobacco AB InBev Microsoft These are a few of the stocks being spoken about along with fx and commodity technical analysis. This can be found in the 'IGTV on demand' tab in community.
  13. Hey, apologies for adding this late. I wanted to start a stream revolving round the impact of the coronavirus. I should have added some up to date news. When I get some more news, I will add it in.
  14. Hey guys, Thought I'd share this piece with you about the stocks being impacted. Coronavirus: What stocks and sectors are impacted Below's a list of the stocks and sectors to watch: Airlines Cruise operators Shipping companies Carmakers Luxury goods makers Banks Apple and Samsung Sony and Nintendo Disney Nike, Adidas and Puma Starbucks and McDonalds Diageo Mastercard AB Foods Let me kow what you think of the piece.
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