Coinbase Listing Soon
When will the Coinbase listing happen?
Coinbase Global Inc (COIN) will list on the Nasdaq on 14 April 2021. This will be a direct listing rather than an IPO.
What is the expected Coinbase market cap?
Market cap is expected to be in the region of $75 billion.
When will I first be able to trade Coinbase?
We expect trading to begin at any point from 14:30 (UK time) onwards on 14 April, but realistically probably not for
The situation in Ukraine and its global ramifications are fluid and fast-changing. We’re continuously monitoring developments in financial markets and shifting legal and regulatory obligations worldwide.In light of this, we’ve decided it’s appropriate to increase our margin rates on existing spread bet and CFD positions on all currency pairs which include the Russian ruble. This includes all positions in USD/RUB, EUR/RUB and RUB/JPY.Margin rates on these positions will change to 100% on Tuesday
With effect from 15:00 GMT on Tuesday 1 March, we are increasing margin rates on existing CFD and spread bet positions to 100% on certain shares with direct exposure to Russia. Please take note of the below:
Should you wish to maintain your positions, please ensure you have sufficient funds on your account before 15:00 GMT Tuesday 1 March, otherwise positions on your account will be closed
No new positions can currently be opened on these shares
We’re pleased to announce that from 3pm (UK time) on 4 January 2021, we’ll add the following stocks to our All Session US shares offering:
NIO Inc - ADR
Peloton Interactive Inc
Zoom Video Communications Inc
Beyond Meat Inc
You’ll be able to trade CFDs and spread bet on these stocks from 9am – 1am Monday to Thursday, and from 9am – 10pm on Fridays (all UK times).
For share dealing, we’ll quote these stocks from 12pm – 10.30pm Monday to Thursday
We've added this blog so community members can have their say on projects we're looking to add in the future. Your vote will help us determine what our project teams work on to shape the future of IG.
Please have a look at all of the ideas below before voting. If you have time we would also appreciate you leaving any feedback positive or negative about the ideas, in the comment section.
1. Live Streamed Calendar Events
• Access to live streams of important economic and market a
After many of you mentioned that the fees and charges were confusing we created a new link on the deal ticket to improve communication of charges for Leveraged accounts.
We're still looking at ways to improve this for the future so we're open to suggestions which is you could comment below will be appreciated by our development teams.
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