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Buying Samsung Electronics

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On 17/07/2019 at 16:22, usmaf said:

Hi there,

Are Korean stocks available on the platform? I am interested in Samsung in particular but unable to locate it.


I would also be interested in trading Samsung Electronics traded on London Stock Exchange, either SMSD or SMSM (https://www.londonstockexchange.com/stock/SMSD/samsung-electronics-co-ltd-att/company-page). 

Actually I hold Samsung in another ISA (not Saxo) and guess I need to dispose of Samsung shares held in the other ISA before potentially transferring an ISA to Saxo.  Or is SMSD likely to be added to the IG suite of products at some point in the future?

Samsung would be a great addition to the product available given their presence in semiconductors, 5G smartphones and growth of IoT and display panels in automotive, etc

Nestle and Dassault Systèmes shares also appear to be unavailable for trading (or at least no quote was available when I checked).


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