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Trading European shaers



I'm only able to trade a limited number of European shares in my spread betting account.  There are many large European cos that I don't find when I try a search.  I've spoken to the help desk twice and the only advice has been to log out and log in again!  I've now emailed them and will hopefully get a result.

Has anyone else had this issue?  Was it resolved?

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Hi @Jgoold

Thanks for the question

If a share does not appear when you search for it, it would usually mean that we do not offer it. You can request for that share to be added to the platform if it trades on one of the exchanges that we offer. The shares desk would then assess the share based on their risk based criteria and revert back to you with an outcome. You send requests to add shares to helpdesk.uk@ig.com. 



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