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IG has this tool  with a factsheet PDF that shows what the ETF is actually holding (the names of the companies in which it has stock) which is very helpful to me when deciding what to buy.

Is there a way faster way to see that info except switching between the ETF screener and the trading platform and manually searching for names?


In the actual trading platform I found for example this etf (the tool has a "Market Data" link to this page) but when I try to look for it in the ETF screener I find three entries which don't quite have the same name (see screenshots). 

How can I make sure I actually see the info for the exact ETF I'm about to buy? 

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