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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ig Group Holdings Plc LSE:IGG London Ordinary Share GB00B06QFB75 ORD 0.005P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.50 -0.45% 777.50 777.50 778.00 791.50 771.00 791.50 289,858 13:00:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 657.7 295.9 65.3 11.9 2,879

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16/3/2020
08:39
I'll be transferring funds across to my Halifax dealing account - as soon as I can get the damned IG website open!
gbh2
16/3/2020
08:24
Yes and when you phone them the line just goes dead. Will be moving funds out once they open. Lost trust with the phones being disabled like this.
bad gateway
16/3/2020
08:16
IG's Trading Platform is down yet AGAIN, bloody ridiculous given what's going on in the World!!
gbh2
16/3/2020
07:36
From PLUS update: Following the Trading Update issued on 28 February 2020, the Company has continued to see a significantly increased level of customer trading activity alongside strong momentum across all financial and operational KPIs. Revenue from Customer Income1 has been very strong due to the heightened levels of market volatility. The Company has also experienced gains from Customer Trading Performance2 which is expected to be neutral over time.
aleman
15/3/2020
12:18
You must be young. It's not unprecedented at all. Most recent was a week's closure after 9/11 in the US. The key to closure is whether trading and newsflow are orderly. I gather trading in various ETFs and Treasuries was disorderly at times last week. Some orders were not being accepted by (retail?) computerised trading systems because prices would not stay still long enough to confirm. The bigger issue over coming days might be newsflow, though. There could be large amounts of unscheduled trading updates, with news and rumours leaking out in a disorderly manner from conference calls. It's a recipe for bad faith rumours and could see markets close down for a while. I'm not predicting it, but it is possible markets could close for 6-8 weeks until the course of the virus outbreak and actions to deal with it are much clearer. Https://www.cbsnews.com/news/a-look-back-at-other-stock-market-closures/ As said earllier, this would be a possible likely reason for the share price fall, though we should be minting it until a point where suspension of trading might happen, and probably afterwards for a while too. Overall, I don't see why we should fall. I still think upside seems more likely overall.
aleman
14/3/2020
13:08
Not likely to close markets, that would be unprecedented.
hatfullofsky
14/3/2020
10:40
I can think of a likely reason, besides selling pressure from the panic selling of broad market funds/index trackers, and occasional problems from market circuit breakers and website overloads - which should not amount to much in the larger scheme of things. When events like this overtake markets, market-moving information does not come through the usual channels in a controlled fashion. That can give some people an advantage over others and cause what are known as "disorderly" markets. Market sometimes shut down in disorderly markets to protect those that do not have inside access to rapidly changing information. There have been rumours this might happen, though it's worth rememembering that shorters might spread such rumours to scare people into selling struggling shares that they might get locked into, so such rumours should be expected. It could happen, though. The question is how long it might be and in how many of IGG's products. I don't know the answer to either but I suspect markets would not be shut for long once it is more obvious what the trajectory of virus spread and government/health service/insitutional reactions are. The virus will likely peak in 2 months or so, after causing considerable disruption that might linger economically long after the health issues have past. Before then, it should be much clearer how things will progress so markets would probably reopen before that - if they close at all. I'd guess a number of IGG products might be suspended for a few weeks but it is just a guess. It's also quite possible nothing will stop trading. I believe stockmarkets traded through WWII without much trouble - and they actually did well I think - but do check up on that for yourself. While a possible suspension of some markets sounds like a big problem, remember that IGG is probably enjoying exceptional revenues at the moment. I would hope this might cover any losses from short suspensions and it could lead to an excellent quarter or two if markets remain open. I would appreciate any comments.
aleman
14/3/2020
10:03
hartfullofsky Reason could well be clients in financial difficulties and so unable to pay monies owed. Apart from that, current exceptionally volatile market conditions are ideal for the likes of PLUS, IG and CMC. Also IG have a solid “all round” business so will be able to ride it out. Dividend probably safe for now. They managed to hold it during the tough regulatory changes.
kenmitch
14/3/2020
09:19
I assumed it was due to the latest rule changes, plus of course the general market adjustment.
gbh2
14/3/2020
09:08
Getting board with the crazies over on the PLUS board. Are there any sane posters here that have a view on why IGG and PLUS are also tanking. Volatility is always good for these to and PLUS have already stated Q1 is trending much better than Q4. Many sporting events are being cancelled so those punters may start looking at the spreadbetters. All app based and no shops to support.Just my view, hard to see a down side.
hatfullofsky
09/3/2020
21:17
Hi all, My mate Peter @Conkers3 and myself did another Podcast a few days ago and IGG was one of the Stocks that we rambled around. We also covered lots on the Markets and what we were expecting all this Virus stuff to mean. Anyway, if you use Apple or Audioboom you can find it under the 'Conkers Corner' Channel (you want TPI Podcast 18) and you can find it on Soundcloud on the link below. Cheers, WD @wheeliedealer hTTps://soundcloud.com/user-479955511/conkers3-wheeliedealer-18-coronavirus-related-investing-volatility-ftse-spt-hnt-gns-aapl
thewheeliedealer
09/3/2020
14:55
Well, apart from the platform issues - all my shorts are going long, that can't be right now can it? 😪 GLA
hawaly
09/3/2020
14:27
Apart from a brief 20 minute outage earlier this morning it is working normally for me.
masurenguy
09/3/2020
14:25
For all their flashy platform - underneath it doesn't actually work, they must be losing income today, not withstanding reputational damage.
hawaly
09/3/2020
08:19
Took 18 mins after markets opened to update their service status - good for cmcx I suppose. GLA 😎
hawaly
09/3/2020
08:08
Reports IGG's platform has just gone down under weight of traffic.
aleman
06/3/2020
14:21
Many thanks for that APAD, after trying most of the Brokers over the last 20 odd years I finally settled for Barclays for all accounts about 12 years ago, apart from the considerable disruption when they were forced by Government to upgrade their security for customers I like the way they work but always keen to here of others Brokers to choose from should the occasion arise, thanks once again.
luderitz
05/3/2020
12:15
Yes LUDERITZ. They moved to ordinary share trading a while back and are clearly going for our part of the market big-time with their recent price cut. I've never traded CFDs or spread bet. apad
apad
05/3/2020
11:34
Interesting post APAD, never used them myself as I insist in trading/investing in buying the actual shares, did you trade in the same way I.e. buying/selling shares rather then spread betting/CFDs?
luderitz
05/3/2020
11:21
At the risk of being terminally (gerrit) boring I love the new IGG interface. It's replaced three other websites I used for different views. And it charges £3 a trade. I don't know if you can try it out for free - I expect so. I was part of testing it out - didn't do a very good job as I just scratched the surface. I know this looks like advertising, but it ain't. Only posted on one other Board, it's just genuine appreciation. Odd huh 😊 apad
apad
03/3/2020
11:53
Couple of weeks or so to the Update, would be nice to see 10% here as a result :)
gbh2
03/3/2020
09:48
Backtested £7 and saw plenty of buying. £7 should turn to support now and build a base for the next move up.
aleman
03/3/2020
08:13
Looks like we might break £7 now?
aleman
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