It’s not important, just mildly interested to know where the stock executes. What is the difference between these stocks (or stock codes)? If the answer is “Look to you it’s all the same thing don’t worry about it”, good stuff.
I expect I am not alone in this community in that I have no clue about stuff like that. I have to trust freetrade and what I see on the app. I do of course, otherwise I wouldn’t be trading here. But I am thirsty for knowledge so I’m curious to know the answers. Thanks for asking.
That is Lululemon athletica Inc stock, a Canadian company with primary listing on Nasdaq (quoted in USD) and secondary listings on LSE (quoted in USD, cleared in Germany, see country of share register) and Boerse Berlin (quoted in EUR). So the contract note appears to be legit, and it’s the same Lululemon stock. This is normal. I did transfer my Intel Ordinary stock from an American broker to a UK one to then later sell it on LSE.
A single ISIN can be listed on many venues and clear in many places, despite being quoted in different currencies. As long as the underlying ISIN (share class) is identical / interchangeable.
In addition to primary, and secondary exchanges one can also execute trades off-market, and privately. Depending on exchange rules, such trades may still be required to be reported.