Shares trading

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Markets Sell Buy Change
DBS Group Holdings Ltd
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp Ltd
United Overseas Bank Ltd
Tesla Motors Inc (All Sessions)
Netflix Inc (All Sessions)
Facebook Inc (All Sessions)
Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (SGX)

Prices above are subject to our website terms and conditions. All shares prices are delayed by at least 15 minutes.

Why trade shares with IG?

  • Trade on desktop and mobile

    Enjoy seamless trading with our browser-based platform and mobile and tablet apps

  • Access over 8,000 global share CFDs

    Low margins and competitive spreads on a wide range of popular, global stocks

  • Competitive prices

    Competitive prices sourced from multiple venues

  • Commission from 0.1%

    Commission at just 0.1% on Singapore share CFDs

  • Direct market access (DMA)

    More control, functionality and liquidity, plus see market depth and interact with order books

  • Trade shares on margin

    Gain full exposure with a small initial deposit when you trade CFDs, but remember with leverage comes increased risk

See full details for all our shares, in our help section.


At IG we keep our charges low and transparent

  • Commission just 0.1% on Singapore share CFDs
  • Margin from just 10%
  • Low premium for guaranteed stops


Commission per side

2 cents per share


Shares contract details

How do we make our share prices?

IG’s derived share price is a real-time price, created from the raw data of one or more exchanges, which can’t be reverse-engineered back to the original price.

Derived prices are available as the free data option, and only on our OTC platforms. You’ll continue to see real-time raw exchange data if you upgrade your data feeds or if you access our DMA platform.

Why is IG quoting derived prices?

Derived prices give our retail clients a simpler trading experience and make it easier for you to access the equity markets, while ensuring the quality of execution is not compromised. You can:

  • Access more equity instruments immediately on demand, with no need to complete exchange forms or activate exchange data
  • Feel more engaged with the markets you trade, in comparison with delayed data
  • Benefit from lower and more transparent trading transaction fees if you currently pay exchange data charges.

How do derived prices compare to raw exchange prices?

The main difference is that derived prices are usually wider. However, the variation is always very small – often just a fraction of a tick – and it won’t affect your execution. We’ll continue to honour our commitment to best execution, so the introduction of derived pricing has absolutely no impact on the quality of your execution.

The images below compare a set of derived prices against the equivalent exchange prices. As you can see, the difference is subtle. For example, in the case of Apple (All Sessions) the variation is just one tick on the sell price, while for Next plc the difference is a single tick on the buy price. For Facebook, the derived sell price is 20 ticks lower than the exchange price. However, in each case, execution is always against the better price, ie the exchange price.

Will stop and limit execution remain the same?

Yes, the method for triggering and executing stops and limits stays exactly the same. We execute against raw exchange buy/sell prices for CFDs, never derived prices, and always ensure best execution on every trade.

Please note that it’s possible for our derived buy/sell price to move through your stop level without your stop triggering, or for your limit to be triggered without our derived buy/sell price reaching the limit level. This is again because stops and limits are triggered and filled based on raw exchange prices, and not the derived prices we display.

Will my open positions be valued against derived or exchange prices?

We now value open positions against derived prices. However, because we base execution on the slightly more beneficial exchange price, your realised P&L may be marginally better than the P&L you see on the platform.

Do charts display derived prices?

Live data on charts shows derived prices, while historical data displays exchange prices. If you have upgraded your data feed to display exchange data, both live and historical data will show raw exchange prices.

What will happen to delayed prices with snapshots?

We’ll continue to offer delayed prices with snapshots where there’s no derived alternative, or if the derived price would provide you with a worse trading experience than delayed data. 

Am I not trading on true exchange prices?

Yes, you are. Derived data is for redistribution purposes only – for execution we always use true exchange prices. That means all trades, including stops and limits, will be executed at the best possible price we can source from multiple trading venues, under our best execution policy.

Can I view raw exchange data?

You’ll still be able to choose to see an underived, real-time raw data feed on our CFD and share dealing platforms. This will incur data redistribution charges, which may not be rebated. See the Data Feeds section in My Account for more information.

Markets with derived prices

  • All UK share CFDs
  • All US share CFDs
  • Australian share CFDs
  • Singapore share CFDs
  • Hong Kong share CFDs (excluding DMA)

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New to Share CFD trading?

Shares are one of the most popular and well-known financial instruments. With IG, our share CFDs provide exposure to changes in share prices but cannot result in delivery of actual shares by or to the client. So if you’re considering trading share CFDs, it’s extremely important to research both the company and the industry that it’s in.

An added benefit of trading shares is receiving dividends. They represent your share of the company’s profits and are usually paid out twice a year. The amount you receive depends on how much the management distributes to shareholders, and how much it reinvests back into the business.

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1Based on revenue excluding FX (published financial statements, February 2018).

2Euro includes: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain

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