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In all of my accounts (SB, CFD, SD, Demo) I have limited options when filtering on shares.

For example, when selecting Shares I have two options to filter by: Indices and Countries. When I expand I don't see any option for US Indices. Similarly in Countries I cannot select UK or US/Americas.

 

I'm not sure if it is supposed to be like this but it seems odd that there is an option to select China H Shares and Japan 225 in Indices even though there are no results within there. Yet US companies appear in the main Share list, there is just no way I can use the filter to show only those stocks.

Can anyone confirm?

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