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Member Since Sep 21, 2016  1 posts AKJ91 Jan 09 at 09:45 (edited Jan 09 at 09:46 )

There seems to be a bug in how pips are calculated for the FTSE10.


FTSE10 price is 7000 if the price moves 1 point to 7001 this will appear as a 100 pip move in the history.

This ends up skewing some of the reporting in my history.

Thanks in advance

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