London Stock Exchange. This has been the platform for dealing in securities in the UK for almost 200 years. Today the LSE offers two markets: the Official List which is the main market on which the majority of shares are traded, and the Alternative Investment Market (see AIM). Shares used to be traded on a physical trading floor situated in the exchange, but since Big Bang in 1986 share-trading has become screen-based using SEAQ.
London Stock Exchange. Originated as New Jonathans Coffee House in 1773, then it joined the United Kingdom's regional exchanges to form the Stock Exchange of Great Britain. In 1995 the Dublin Stock Exchange left the alliance, then the Exchange became known as the London Stock Exchange.
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Otherwise known as the London Stock Exchange, the LSE is the most respected stock exchange in the United Kingdom. Although it is difficult for new companies to be listed on the LSE (the Exchange has guidelines that prevent listed companies with less than three years public history from being included), the London Stock Exchange is an ideal place to...Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21431
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