Why can’t I see the market order that I just placed?

Why can’t I see the market order that I just placed?

If you just placed a market order and you can’t find it on your latest activity, it is likely to have traded on Chi-X.  Be sure to check your trading history, however please contact us urgently if you are unsure.


If you have placed a ‘limit order’ you should be able to see it in the queue in bold.



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