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Given that there is no symbol standard anywhere for futures contracts, you'll just have to find the resources on whatever data platform you use.


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Due to the way that futures contracts are created and traded, it's rare that a broker's default or collapse would penalise end holders. I would expect that clearing positions held by a clearing broker that defaulted would probably get re-distributed to other clearing brokers. After all these are revenue earning positions/relationships so they would want to ...


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Unless the stock price doubled suddenly, this makes no sense, and is simply an error in their website / display. Maybe the program is written dumb enough to double count the sold stock. Either way, it will go away after some time, so no worries. Unfortunately, this is not uncommon, many of the large brokerage houses have some incorrect data display right ...


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