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I started trading this month with IG and I have some questions regarding fees for ETFs:
 
When analyzing the table of the share dealing charges and fees, I assume that the fees for trading ETFs are the same as for shares right?
 
If that's the case, once I'm on the IG platform and select any ETF, where can I find which stock exchange that ETF is traded? Otherwise I don't know if I will pay a fee for US, UK or European shares.
 
Also if I make more than 3 trades in the US shares in the previous month but only in my shares ISA account, do I still have the fee waived in my share dealing account?
 
Thanks
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