Ok calm down please. If you were able to sell that stock at the point of your screenshot, and keep funds in USD, you would still have the same unrealised FX impact to GBP because the sale proceeds would be in USD is all I am saying, it just wouldn’t be as visible as in the screenshot. That was all I was pointing out. I don’t see how it is causing an unnecessary loss, more just realising a loss sooner than you may have chosen to do so by applying the FX back to the purchase currency at point of sale.
I do see the advantage of keeping the sale proceeds in USD, to save the spread if you wanted to purchase another USD stock, or apply the FX at a time of your choosing. There may be other advantages I’m not aware of.
I was also keen to understand other brokers that had multi currency as well. Thanks for this I will look into them.