Twitter Inc (All Sessions)

(TWTR.N)

28.53
28.53
-1.32pts (-4.42%)

High: 29.96

Low: 28.4892

93% of client accounts are long on this market

The percentage of IG client accounts with positions in this market that are currently long or short. Calculated to the nearest 1%.

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Details for Twitter Inc (All Sessions) -

Dealing
Minimum size GBP 0.24
Margin factor 20.0%
Minimum stop distance 8
Min guaranteed stop distance 10.0%
Slippage factor 100.0%
Market hours
09:00 - 01:00 (UK - London Local Time)
Margin requirements

Your aggregate position in this market will be margined in the following tiers:

Tier Position size (USD) Deposit Factor
1 0 - 327 20%
2 327 - 1716.75 20%
3 1716.75 - 6621.75 45%
4 6621.75 + 75%

If your aggregate position is larger than Tier 1, your margin requirement will not be reduced by non-guaranteed stops.

Please note: we have tried to ensure that the information here is as accurate as possible, but it is intended for guidance only and any errors will not be binding on us.

Special info

[Please note US (All Sessions) shares close early at 22:00 UK time on Friday evenings.]

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What does Twitter do?

Twitter is a social media and microblogging platform. It enables its users to post messages, photos and videos to their followers, and take part in public online discussions using hashtags to categorise content. Celebrated for its usefulness in sending and receiving news in real-time, Twitter quickly established itself as one of the most popular websites visited on the internet today.

When was Twitter started?

Twitter was created in 2006, by current CEO Jack P Dorsey and three others. Usage of the platform exploded soon after. According to the company’s first quarter (Q1) 2018 earnings report, it now has over 336 million monthly active users.

Where does Twitter operate?

The company is based in San Francisco, California with over 35 offices scattered around the world.

Where is Twitter traded?

Twitter’s shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). You can trade the Twitter share price, or buy Twitter shares, with IG – find out more here.

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