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15 minutes ago, rugbytrader said:

Hi,

I'm trying to buy some shares in my ISA in BWX Technologies, it's listed on the NYSE and has a $5bn market cap

I'm getting the following message when i try to buy, the market you have requested is no longer available online

Am I doing something wrong?

 

thanks

Hi, sometimes a stock will be taken off the platform simply due to lack of through put but is still available via telephone to the dealing desk, worth inquiring.

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