Cheating broker? Or no?
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    Ok, here's what's going on. On August 11th, I traded nzd interest rate decision. I remember when I opened order before the news using a stop loss. But price went up. And my stop loss was not implemented. Tried to shut the order manually but it had been rejected numerous times. Being I chose to find out from the metatrader's logs exactly what did it say when I attempted to shut the order and also I had been unable to do so. Now the main reason I couldn't shut my order was because it said: Market is closed.

    Exactly what in a blue world signifies market is closed??? Did they do that? What stranger is that two minutes after the conclusion launch, after the initial spike, market was alive.

    I don't wish to call my broker a cheater however but is that considered normal? Did my broker actually closed the market? Or is that the infamous requotes during moves?

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    Market is very illiquid at the time and most banks have really a time. So I would not blame the broker.

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