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What is All Sessions?


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Stocks can be quoted and traded on a number of different exchanges and have different 'lines' or 'listings'. You could, for example, have a stock quote on the London Stock Exchange or the NYSE, but also in Germany. Apple, for example, has both a US listing and a German listing. 

 

With American stock we also offer some as 'All Sessions'. You can read more about that here, but fundamentally it means you can trade outside of the main US session. Apple, once more, is an 'All Sessions' stock. 

 

You can therefore see the following on Apple, with the first being the more widely traded. 

 

Apple Inc (All Sessions)

Apple Inc (DE)

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On 13/01/2018 at 08:34, JamesIG said:

Stocks can be quoted and traded on a number of different exchanges and have different 'lines' or 'listings'. You could, for example, have a stock quote on the London Stock Exchange or the NYSE, but also in Germany. Apple, for example, has both a US listing and a German listing. 

 

With American stock we also offer some as 'All Sessions'. You can read more about that here, but fundamentally it means you can trade outside of the main US session. Apple, once more, is an 'All Sessions' stock. 

 

You can therefore see the following on Apple, with the first being the more widely traded. 

 

Apple Inc (All Sessions)

Apple Inc (DE)

 

What does `DE` mean?

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