stock exchange


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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 doesn't even make much money on the Stock Exchange.
It isn't only this damned Stock Exchange transaction.
Simmery, having by this time killed all the flies and taken all the bets, strolled away to the Stock Exchange to see what was going forward.
Weller insisted on selling out his portion forthwith, they proceeded from the bank to the gate of the Stock Exchange, to which Wilkins Flasher, Esquire, after a short absence, returned with a cheque on Smith, Payne, & Smith, for five hundred and thirty pounds; that being the money to which Mr.
And presently the voices of the two speakers were hushed, or were replaced by the gentle but unromantic music of the nose; and save when the church bells tolled the hour and the watchman called it, all was silent at the house of John Sedley, Esquire, of Russell Square, and the Stock Exchange.
Trading of the common shares of Brookfield Properties on the Toronto Stock Exchange is being conducted on an ex-dividend basis reflecting the distribution.
Robin Barrie, a media consultant for the stock exchange, brushed off any irony in that.
According to Russell Lewis, Kaskad Technology's Chief Executive Officer, a smooth implementation was made possible due to the cooperative efforts between Kaskad Technology and the Boston Stock Exchange.
On 21st February the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange opens its annual international investor conference in London, showcasing a number of their largest listed companies.

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