Please remember, investment value can go up or down and you could get back less than you invest. The value of international investments may be affected by currency fluctuations which might reduce their value in sterling.
About the Nasdaq Stockholm AB
The Stockholm Stock Exchange was founded in 1863 and soon became the main exchange for all Nordic countries. In 2008, the exchange became part of Nasdaq, Inc., changing its name to Nasdaq Stockholm and today holds a market cap of USD 1.95 trillion (Feb 2021).
Nasdaq Stockholm is open Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:30pm local time (GMT +2hrs).
Most popular Swedish shares
Below is a preview of the most purchased shares by ii customers over recent months.
Most purchased shares in H2 2021
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Source: interactive investor. Note: the top 10 is based on the number of “buys” between 1 July and 31 December 2021.
Fees and charges
- It costs £9.99 a month to join ii, which includes our Stocks and Shares ISA, Trading Account and Junior ISA. Add a SIPP for just £10 a month extra.
- We give you a £7.99 free trade credit every month, which can be used towards international shares. Additional international trades cost £19.99.
- Frequent traders can get reduced rates on international shares with our Super Investor service plan.
- There is a foreign exchange fee of 1.5% when you trade in pounds. This is reduced for transactions over £25,000. You can avoid paying this fee every time you trade by holding foreign currency in your account. Learn more
News and insights
Please remember: The value of your investments, and the income derived from them, may go down as well as up. You may not get back all the money that you invest. The value of international investments may be affected by currency fluctuations which might reduce their value in sterling. We may receive two elements of commission in relation to international dealing - Trading Commission and our FX Charge. Please see our rates and charges for full details of the relevant costs. Foreign markets will involve different risks from the UK markets. In some cases the risks will be greater.