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Why are some index CFD prices quoted to one decimal place, not two?

Unless the traded value of the index exceeds 10,000 units it is normal practice for index tracker CFD prices to be quoted to two decimal places.

Where the traded value of the index exceeds 10,000 units, CFDs are quoted to a single decimal place. 

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