Can I trade dual listed stocks?
Yes, you can.
A share can be listed on more than one exchange. This is known as dual listing. If a share is listed on exchanges in different time zones dual listing can increase the hours during which you can trade the stock. Dual listed stocks can sometimes provide more liquidity.
When a stock is dual listed, the listing on one exchange is considered to be the primary listing, and other listing is considered to be the secondary listing. This simply means the company is likely to release new shares on the primary exchange before it releases it on the secondary exchange.
We generally display the price of the stock on the primary exchange. If you would like a price for the secondary exchange, please call the Davy Select dealing desk on 01 614 8900.