There seems to be a problem with the rollover today. Ffse100 was stuck for 15-20 mins or so at price 6291.5 and during this time the index went up to 6305ish. When it came back my money was the same, the price went to 6260,part of the graph wiped out and the progress percentages too.In that time the index rose to but I don’t get to benefit from that since it was suspended. It’s now stuck between 6260 and 6270 no matter what the actual price of FTSE100 is doing in reality which is about 6307 now and I don’t know what happening? Will this be sorted and my money and prices readjust accordingly? Thanks
There seems to be something off with the rollovers, everyone seems to be experiencing things across the board. profit/loss numbers are way off.
@Savas If the price was stuck, that means there were no new quotes for that futures contract. The last quotes were indeed at around 6291 - which index were you comparing it to?
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All of my indices are significantly off with no rollover offset
Hi David! Would you be able to please advise whether the history of the charts will also be rolled over? seems that 2020 is missing completely and some charts show history from 2018 but skip 2019&2020? This is been going for a while now…
No it stuck because the instrument was suspended. While suspended the price went to 6305 looking at cnbc and my iphones stock market app. But when the prices came back to moving on the app they showed that it was 6260 when it was in fact over 6300 at that point and also every progress indicator is messed up. Percentages all in the red, candle graphs wiped out back to 3 months ago and showing a 1000 point loss for today when we’re 70+ in the green
@ABtrade I can see that every single one of your Index futures position had a rollover adjustment.
Yes that’s another annoying issue since a month ago
Thanks how do I see that? Obviously completely missing it!
Found it in the trade details!! Thanks
@Savas It becomes suspended when there are no quotes, not the other way around.
How is a comparison to CNBC & the iPhone stock market app relevant when they’re displaying a spot/cash while we’re using the June futures contract ZM0? They’re not the same thing.
This is the futures contract:
This is the spot index that’s not actually an exchange-traded product:
Exactly and no one seems to have an answer for this on whether it would ever get fixed?!
And forgot to say I’m getting the actual prices from CNBC financial news and my iPhone stock market app. And this is now
@Spirica4you We’re looking for an elegant solution as it’s not an easy fix. Futures don’t have historical prices beyond the moment they’re conceived - which means, at best, historical prices of up to 6 months, as other brokers generally have.
We’re thinking of ways to make adjustments & add historical data from as long ago as possible.
Did they just turn into futures contracts today? How were they identical so far? Will they still follow the same progress? Thank you
@Savas They’ve been futures for about 2-3 weeks now. The prices might differ because futures are calculated in a slightly different fashion but more or less, they move in the same direction.
I think you can also follow futures on the CNBC app, the code for FTSE futures is Z.
@David Sorry final stupid question the rollover adjustment is added straight to equity?
And this doesn’t show in any of the reports?
Ok but also how come the prices were identical so far when they’ve been futures contract for about 3 weeks and now after this suspension they come back 40 points lower than spot induce prices? It’s just odd to when it never happened before. Thanks
I just noticed that even in your futures to spot indices comparison there the futures still show 6294. I haven’t seen that price on the app once today