I frequently find that the cost reported for a purchase differs from the amount deducted from my free funds balance. For example, I just bought 1 V and my history shows it cost £165.59. But my free funds balance has decreased by £165.60. I don’t wish to be thought OCD and really don’t mind so much the missing £0.01, but I have noticed it never goes the other way, to my advantage, ie that I gain an odd £0.01 - and it makes keeping accurate records difficult. It has happened like this many times. The cost was 113.90 USD converted at 1.29166, making £165.600854714. So why does my history show I paid £165.59 rather than £165.60? Can you program the calculations so the cost reported for a transaction and the amount deducted from my free cash are the same? This was Fill ID EOF138688859.
The same thing happened on the very first transaction I ever made on T212. I bought 2 V. The cost was reported as £300.55 and my free funds balance decreased by £300.56. Fill ID EOF131084411. Odd, is it not?
Could this be due to the two numbers being computed at slightly different times, so with different exchange rates? Or is it due to rounding taking place in two different directions?
I wonder what might have happened if I had been buying 1000 V rather than 1 V. Might the descrepancy be 1000 times as great, ie £10, or will the discrepancy never be more than £0.01?