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Finding a market symbol/code in the new platform.

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Hi,

 

I was wondering is there any plan to enhance the new platform to show market symbol/code for stocks etc?  In the old platform, if I go to the get info button it'll show me the codes etc.

 

Can the new platform have something similar instead of having to go to "market data" and then looking at the title in the tab for code.

 

It's a bit annoying.

 

Cheers

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