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What stock market it belongs to?  Open Time/Close Time?


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Hello, I just started using IG yesterday and I have a couple of basic questions I haven't been able to find in the Help Section. Hopefully you can give me a hand here!

Question number one: How do I know what stock market certain stock belongs to? NYSE, NASDAQ, etc... 

Number two: I'm confused with the Open/Close Time. I live in the UK, and times do not match. For example, in the case of APPL, the time frame listed in the platform 9:00 to 1:00 UK Time. Shouldn't it say 14:30 - 21:00 instead? 

Thank you in advance for your help! 

Gustavo

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Hi @G_MANN, when dealing through a broker (IG) you are not actually trading on the exchange. IG will list stocks from any exchange so long as they meets  IG's basic requirements. If you find a stock that you wish to trade that is not listed on IG you can request it be listed here on the forum.

Because IG are able to access stock prices 'off exchange' such as through banks and institutions IG is able to offer 'extended hours' dealing in many stocks.

 https://www.ig.com/uk/shares/out-of-hours-shares

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