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Ludwik Chodzko-Zajko IG

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  1. Looks like you're trying to place a limit order on a SETSqx equity - won't work unless you're in one of the auction periods. Info below: LSE exchanges and why only at quotes is available? 1.SETS (Stock Exchange Electronic Trading Service) - is the London Stock Exchange’s flagship electronic order book, trading FTSE100, FTSE250, FTSE Small Cap Index constituents, Exchange Traded Funds, Exchange Trading Products as well as other liquid AIM, Irish and London Standard listed securities. The Exchange also operates a version of SETS on a modified trading cycle that supports Securitised Derivatives. 2. SETSqx (Stock Exchange Electronic Trading Service – quotes and crosses) - is a trading service for securities less liquid than those traded on SETS. SETSqx combines periodic electronic auctions each day with standalone non-electronic quote-driven market making providing guaranteed liquidity in at least one Exchange Market Size (EMS). Essentially it is a hybrid of a quote driven order book and an electronic order book. Quote driven for part of the day and at different dimes of the day there are auctions (uncrossing: 8AM, 9AM, 11AM, 2PM, 4:35PM ). You can participate in the auction as if it were an electronic order book. On our L2 deal ticket you will not see market depth so you know it’s either SETSqx or SEAQ. The strip at the bottom with the uncrossing times tells you it’s a SETSxq stock. 3. SEAQ - is London Stock Exchange's non-electronically executable quotation service that allows market makers to quote prices in AIM securities (not traded on SETS or SETSqx) as well as a number of fixed interest securities. Purely quote driven.
  2. For those not aware – swap bands for undated commodities are now visible in platform. You’ll need to add a watchlist to your workspace and un-hide the relevant columns. The values snap at 1600 BST to reflect what we expect to adjust by that evening. Naturally this means that before 1600 BST the rates will reflect the previous day’s funding. Swap bands are inclusive of a 2.5% admin charge. Any questions, please ask.
  3. I can confirm that Caseynotes is not, in fact, an employee of IG. @Caseynotes your contrubutions are very much appreciated however!
  4. Here's the JUN-JUL spread - into positive territory for the first time since Feb.
  5. Dax futures remain in auction - GXM0 indicating 10711.5 ATM
  6. 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
  7. Morning all, Downside price limits for US futures: At present we have hit the 5% circuit breaker. US futures limits increase to the main session levels at 1330 UK time (0830 Chicago). https://www.cmegroup.com/trading/price-limits.html#equityIndex Clients are not able to sell (either to open or close) when futures are suspended in this state. Please note this is a function of the underlying exchange. This will apply globally for all brokers, not just for clients of IG.
  8. Hihi, Are you able to provide any details (market, order type, trade size, date & time, direction)?
  9. Afternoon all, To be clear - we don't weight cryptocurrency prices, based on either client trades or positions. We don't "stop hunt" client positions. It is not in our interest to do so. Such behavior would - among other things - be harmful to our reputation, unfair, and would lead to intervention by the relevant regulator. We price our crypto pairs by taking price feeds from exchanges, and combining them into a blended price. Any given combination of feeds will ultimate produce a "best price" which we would use as our mid. This price is created by taking an average bid and offer price from our exchange price feeds, and wrapping a fixed spread around the new mid. We weight these feeds in a normal distribution to reduce the impact of a spike in any single price feed. (Very rough chart from when this was in testing to give you a visual aid). This distribution means that the feeds closest to the mean will have the largest price impact, preventing the majority of price spikes that could otherwise be caused by individual feeds. Where there is a price spike we will determine whether it is valid reflection of the underlying market- and reverse trades if not.
  10. Last day of the early start: UK and European clocks go back one hour when daylight saving time (DST) ends on Sunday 27 October. From this date until Sunday 3 November, the end of US DST, there are a number of changes to our opening hours: • US and Canadian markets will trade one hour earlier in UK time. For example, US and Canadian shares will be quoted between 1.30pm and 8pm • All forex markets will open at 9pm on Sunday 27 October and close at 9pm on Friday 1 November • 24-hour dealing on indices will open at 10pm on Sunday 27 October and close at 9pm on Friday 1 November • US shares (all sessions) will run from 8am to midnight Monday to Thursday, and from 8am to 9pm on Friday 1 November • In-hours trading on Eurex futures (including the Germany 30) will be available one hour earlier at 12:10am • Expiring US markets will be settling an hour earlier than usual • New York Cocoa, Sugar and Coffee, and London Sugar all close an hour earlier than normal • Weekend trading on indices will open at the same time (4am Saturday), but will close one hour earlier (9.40pm Sunday) The dealing desk will also close early at 9pm on Friday 1 November.
  11. That's right - all orders would usually be triggered & filled basis the opening price. We would, of course, pass on any positive slippage on limit orders.
  12. Agreed - not ideal. Unfortunately no other way around the maintenance & updates required this weekend. Again sincere apologies- we remain on track for a 1200 open without any further delay. Ludwik
  13. Morning all - please see below info sent earlier this week: There will be a delayed open on our cryptocurrency and weekend markets on Saturday 26 October, to allow for scheduled maintenance. We’re planning to reopen these markets at 12pm (UK time), rather than the normal 4am, however this is subject to change. We’re sorry if this causes you any inconvenience. If you have any questions about this or need assistance with your account, you can find answers in our help and support area or IG Community. Alternatively, our highly trained client services team is available by phone or email 24 hours a day from 8am Saturday to 10pm Friday. No changes to plan- on track for midday at this time. Thanks, Ludwik
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