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Is it possible to use IG.com to invest in stocks in the Hong Kong market?

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On 31/07/2020 at 19:35, liydw9 said:

Is it possible to use IG.com to invest in stocks in the Hong Kong market?

 

On 22/11/2020 at 06:30, renbert said:

Nice to get a timely answer to this. I assume the answer is no.

We offer the Hong Kong index and some shares on our leveraged accounts (CFD and Spread betting) but we do not offer the shares on our non-leveraged accounts. All the best 

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