I am trying to buy the USD-denominated EQQU ETF on the LSE thru IBKR, however, only the ticker EQQQ1 listed on Swiss exchange shows up even though i didn't enable this market. Are they the same ? - Seedly
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Asked on 04 Aug 2020

I am trying to buy the USD-denominated EQQU ETF on the LSE thru IBKR, however, only the ticker EQQQ1 listed on Swiss exchange shows up even though i didn't enable this market. Are they the same ?

Newbie trying to buy and hold USD-denominated the QQQ ETF (which tracks Nasdaq -100 index) on LSE thru IBKR, unable to find the correct symbol. Customer svc reply on IBKR has not been helpful.

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Frankie Rappaport
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Answered on 04 Aug 2020

The same ticker should be the same equity

however, the stock exchange fees (& trading fees) could be higer at Zurich

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Frankie Rappaport
Frankie Rappaport

05 Aug 2020

Https://www.justetf.com/uk/etf-profile.html?query=IE0032077012&groupField=index&from=search&isin=IE0032077012#listing on the above page under 'Listings' you have all the codes, if of help. Maybe it helps to enter Invesco EQQQ Nasdaq-100 UCITS ETF or IE0032077012 Otherwise ask the staff.
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05 Aug 2020

Hi, i tried searching for the ISIN code. Both the Swiss and LSE versions share the same ISIN code
Thank You!
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