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IG Group Lifts Q4 Net Trading Revenue Outlook

IG Group Holdings plc (IGG.L) said that it now expects net trading revenue for the fourth-quarter to be about 259 million pounds compared to the prior estimation of 173 million pounds.

Financial market volatility has remained elevated and the Group has continued to expects high levels of client trading activity, the company said in a statement.

The Online trading company anticipates full year net trading revenue to be about 649 million pounds, compared to 476.9 million pounds reported last year.

The company plans to announce its full year results on 23 July 2020.

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