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Apparently the entity level identifiers aren't part of the open symbology. The entity level identifiers are available via a data license. A so called "open" identifier list is not so open after all ;(
I think you are confusing you self. If I where to search for Apple Inc. I would: look up Apple Inc. on eg. Google Finance, and find the ticker symbol (AAPL). Put AAPL into the "symbol Search", click "Advanced Search Options". In "Market Sector" choose "Equity". In "Security Type" select "Common Stock". That will filter out most of noise in this case. I ...
UW = NASDAQ Global Select Market US = US Composite source : http://bsym.bloomberg.com/sym/pages/pricing_source.xls see also : http://bsym.bloomberg.com/sym/
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