UK Election Spread Betting

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UK Election Spread Betting

UK Election Spread Betting


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  • We are running the election seats markets throughout the night

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General Election Spread Betting, 8 June 2017

It's Election Day - below - prices as of 11:25am:

UK Election Spread Betting - 19 May 2017


General Election Spread Betting, 7 June 2017

"Election Day - 1", below, prices as of 6pm:

UK Election Spread Betting - 19 May 2017


Election Spread Betting, 6 June 2017

Labour continues to eat into conservative seats:

UK Election Spread Betting - 19 May 2017
Above, FinancialSpreads prices as of 8.45pm, 6 June 2017.


General Election Spread Betting, 1 June 2017

Corbynistas mobilise, Labour party up 50 seats since 5 May:

UK Election Spread Betting - 19 May 2017
Above, FinancialSpreads prices as of 1:30pm, 1 June 2017.


UK Election Spread Betting

UK Election, 1 June 2017

Labour party on the way up...

Below, 'Labour Seats' chart as of 1:30pm, 1 June 2017.

Labour party on the way up...


And Conservative party on the way down...

Below, 'Conservative Seats' chart as of 1:30pm, 1 June 2017.

Conservative party on the way down...

Election Spread Betting, 19 May 2017

Liberal Democrats Dropping and Labour Rising:

UK Election Spread Betting - 19 May 2017
Above, FinancialSpreads prices as of 12:00pm, 19 May 2017.


UK Election Spread Betting

Election Spread Betting, 8 May 2017

Conservative Party seats still holding around the 400 level.

Conservative Party seats still holding around the 400 level
Above, FinancialSpreads prices as of 10:00am, 8 May 2017.

Conservative Party Looking to Beat 1983 Thatcher Landslide

Update: 5 May 2017

  • The early local election results are moving the UK Election spread betting markets

  • Tories now on target to beat 1983 Margaret Thatcher landslide

  • Midday prices shown below/right

The results of the local results are still coming out but the Conservative party's impressive early gains are moving our UK election spread betting markets.

Yesterday our market on Conservative seats market was 388.5 - 392.5, the market has now moved higher to 398 - 402 seats, i.e. predicting the Tories will win 400 seats at the election.


Labour Lose Another 10 Seats

The increase in Tory seats is coming directly at the expense of the beleaguered Labour party who are only expected to win 152 seats.

Our Labour party seats market is now at 150 - 154, down 10 seats from yesterday's quote of 160 - 164.






Estimated Conservative Majority: 152 seats

If the market is correct, the Conservative party should win 152 seats at the UK election and beat Margaret Thatcher's 1983 Landslide win of 144 seats.

Will the Theresa May - Margaret Thatcher comparisons never end?


UK Election Spread Betting Prices

Market Sell Price Buy Price
Conservative Seats 390 400
Labour Seats 152 156
SNP Seats 46 48.5
Lib Dem Seats 23.5 25.5
Other Seats 21.5 23.5
Green Seats 0.8 1.3
UKIP Seats 0.1 0.5
Voter Turnout 62.2 62.8

Above, FinancialSpreads prices as of 12:00pm, 5 May 2017.

By Adam Jepsen, 8 June 2017


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