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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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Company Commences Trading on Frankfurt Stock Exchange
To be chosen to deliver the trading technology to the Cairo & Alexandria Stock Exchanges is an acknowledgement of our position as a leading global provider of market technology.
Today, Tilgin has been listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange.
Operated by the Deutsche BErse AG, FWB is the largest of the eight Germany stock exchanges.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- Today, LifeCycle Pharma is listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange and is the seventy-first [1] company to join the Nordic Exchange this year and the thirteenth on the main market in Copenhagen.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- OMX (STO:OMX) and Zagreb Stock Exchange have signed a Memorandum of Understanding regarding cooperation.
TOKYO:6764)(NASDAQ:SANYY) resolved to submit applications to voluntarily delist the company's shares from the Nagoya Stock Exchange, Fukuoka Stock Exchange, and Sapporo Securities Exchange and to voluntarily delist the company's American depositary shares (ADSs) from NASDAQ.
The recent globalization moves by major stock exchanges has caused a growing number of companies to be interested in communicating with a global investor audience," said J.
The report discusses the recent failures of Deutsche Borse, Euronext, Maquarie Bank, and Nasdaq to achieve a merger with the London Stock Exchange (LSE).
OTCBB:RGUS) (Frankfurt Stock Exchange:RGJ) is pleased to announce that its shares are being traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the symbol (RGJ).
The London Stock Exchange offering complements the Bank's existing roster of listing services for the Luxembourg, Ireland and Channel Islands stock exchanges and makes The Bank of New York the only corporate trust provider to offer a multi-listing service across four major international stock exchanges.

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