You actually should be looking at the bid-offer spread, not the last trade price. As I look right now, the spread for CEY is given as 109.85 / 110.00. This changes moment by moment. But it means that right now in the market there are people bidding for shares, saying that they’ll pay 109.85, and there are people offering to sell shares at 110.00. So if you put out an instant order, those are the prices that you should expect to transact at.
I think Freetrade is a good service for cheap buying and selling of shares, but it does its customers a disservice by displaying one price for a share and not making it clear whether it’s the last-trade price, the mid price (between bid and offer), or what! It would be more helpful, I think, if it displayed the bid-offer (or bid-ask, it’s also called) spread.
And also, most pricing that you see online is delayed, not real-time, because real-time data is expensive. So it’s all a bit approximate, we’re all sort of driving by looking in the rear-view mirror.