SIX iD 9.1 brings you a smoother search experience. Enhanced search functionalities make it easier to narrow your results efficiently, cutting down on your research time.
Scroll down for a guided video tutorial showing the enhanced capabilities, as well as step by step guides based on the latest release. You can also download the release information in PDF.
Add the dollar character [$] before typing the trading symbol.
$A will return Agilent Tech
$AA will return Alcoa
$AAP will return Advance Auto Parts
$AAPL will return Apple
The search is not limited to one result, since trading symbols are not unique (see the example of “$C”, which results in Citigroup Inc. as well as Cacao).
Valor and ISIN (International Securities Identification Number) are always considered in iD Lookup, regardless of your setting To lookup for a security by another NSIN (National Securities Identifying Number):
ABB,53 or ABB,STO will return ABB on Nasdaq Stockholm.
app,67 or app,NMS will return various securities with 'app' in the name or symbol, but only on NASDAQ.
When you type a complete valor number into the iD Lookup, it will directly identify related derivative instruments and list in the lookup results.
In the example to the left, the results also include options and futures based on ABB Ltd. This works for any asset class providing there are derivatives based on the given valor.
Set your preferred region in the iD settings to prioritize results that are more relevant to your markets.
For example: Swiss or international users searching “NOV” are more likely to be looking for Novartis Ltd. shares. Whereas results for Novo Nordisk would be more relevant for Scandinavian users .