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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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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.
With a share in turnover of around 90 percent, it is the largest of the eight German stock exchanges.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- OMX (STO:OMX), a leading expert in the exchange industry, has signed an agreement with the Cairo & Alexandria Stock Exchanges (CASE), the Egyptian Exchange and Exchange Technology group, to provide a new trading system in order to enhance CASE's IT infrastructure.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- As of April 2, 2007, the OMX Nordic Exchange (STO:OMX) will reduce its fees related to cash equity trades reported to the Stockholm, Copenhagen and Helsinki Stock Exchanges.
a49 companies originated from the Stockholm, Helsinki, Copenhagen, Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius Stock Exchanges main lists, and 41 from First North.
The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is one of the world's largest trading centers for securities and it is the largest of the eight German stock exchanges.
1]40 companies originate from the main lists of the Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius stock exchanges and 31 from First North, of which 25 in Sweden and 6 in Denmark.
1)Source: Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges (FEAS web site), Ljubljana Stock Exchange and Zagreb Stock Exchange publicly published data.
Applications for the voluntary delistings will be submitted to the four above-mentioned stock exchanges in September 2006, at the earliest.

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