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stock exchange

an investment exchange where company and other securities are bought and sold. In particular in the UK the London Stock Exchange. See YELLOW BOOK.
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He added, We agreed with securities markets in Jordan, Lebanon and Tunisia to enter into group negotiations to get the best benefits.
He added that the merger will improve the performance of the financial market in the UAE and help the country to get ranked higher among regional and international securities markets, thus attracting a lot more potential investors, especially foreign ones and international portfolios.
Better access to foreign currencies, through retail banking and securities markets, will offer better access to much higher returns available overseas.
While we speak more frequently of the internationalization of markets, the simple fact is that securities markets remain preeminently national, as does their regulation, and they are becoming more and more competitive, both in seeking listings and in luring investors.
Volume II covers the various mortgage-related securities markets including the agency and non-agency MBS markets, and the non-mortgage ABS market.
The meeting also discussed other issues, including the integration of GCC securities markets and unifying of their policies and regulations, the latest developments on securities markets in member states, the outcome of the recommendations made during the conference on the "Restructuring the Regulatory System of Financial Sector".
The Joint Report on the Government Securities Market suggested comprehensive administrative changes, some already made and others proposed, that will significantly increase openness in this market and sharply limit the possibility of a replay of recent events.
The reason is that these managers tend to get caught up in a group consensus on which way the various securities markets are headed.
Providing an overview of the historical development of the securities market and a literature review of the economic functions of stock markets, Securities Markets and Corporate Governance also examines the legal regimes governing securities markets and takeovers in some leading corporate economies including the US, Germany, Japan and the UK.
Patrick Parkinson and Jeff Stehm-Staff, Board of Governors Adam Gilbert, Emily Gollob, Lauren Hargraves, Richard Mead, and Mary Ann Taylor-Staff, Federal Reserve Bank of New York Prepared as a staff study in fall 1991 Interest in clearance and settlement arrangements in securities markets by the Federal Reserve and other central banks reflects an increasing awareness that disturbances in settlement processes in those markets can adversely affect the stability of payment systems and the integrity of the financial system generally.
Enhancement of the current membership concept aims at facilitating access to the Baltic securities markets and increasing the attractiveness of the region.

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