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I tried to purchase some Tru-Fin plc share earlier but was told this market is not available online.

How can I purchase these shares?

Why are some shares not available online?

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hi @ef12015 I've just checked with the shares desk. 

Originally when you tried to deal we were holding too much of this specific stock. There are certain legal requirements when you hold x% of certain companies, and if we were to trade any more in this company we would have to fulfill these obligations.

After the UK open it seems like we can reevaluate this and you should now be able to trade online.  

However, if you want to short the stock then this would only be possible,by calling our dealing line. We'd need to look to see if any borrow was available in the underlying market. 

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