The London Stock Exchange


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    London Stock Exchange

    Type: Stock Exchange

    Location: Paternoster Square, London, United Kingdom

    Founded: 1801

    Owner: London Stock Exchange Group

    Key people:

    - Christopher S. Gibson-Smith, (Chairman)

    - Xavier Rolet, (CEO)

    Currency: GBP

    No. of listings: 2,966 (Dec 2010)

    MarketCap: £4.09 trillion

    Volume: £1.7 trillion

    Index: FTSE 100 Index

    Equity markets: enables companies from around the world to raise capital. There are four primary markets:

    - The Main Market.

    - AIM, established in 1995 for smaller companies.

    - The Professional Securities Market, for raising capital through debt securities or depositary receipts.

    - The Specialist Fund Market, "designed purely for the needs of highly specialised investment entities seeking institutional, professional and highly knowledgeable investors."

    - Trading services: market for trading in a range of securities, including UK and international equities, debt, covered warrants, exchange traded funds (ETFs), Exchange Traded Commodities (ETCs), reits, fixed interest, contracts for difference (CFDs) and depositary receipts.

    Information Services: the London Stock Exchange provides real-time prices, news and other financial information. It owns the Regulatory News Service

    Derivatives: the Exchange manages EDX London, a contributor to derivatives business created in 2003 with an aim of bringing the cash equity and derivatives markets closer together.

    The London Stock Exchange is opening itself up to international listings and trading.

    Currently trading on the London Stock Exchange as part of the FTSE 100 Index:

    British Airways (BAA)

    Kligenberg Motors (KLM)

    BAE Systems (BAE)

    British Petroleum (BP)

    Vauxhall Motors (VXM)

    Under Armour (UAR)

    Jaguar (JAG)

    Tesco (TES)

    Sainsbury's (SAN)

    ASDA (ASD)

    Morrisons (MOR)

    Marks & Spencer (M&S)

    Waitrose (WRO)

    BT Group (BT.A)

    Virgin Airlines (VGA)

    Virgin Media (VGM)

    Renata Kligenberg, Ltd. (RKL)

    Please note that all share prices are listed in the British pound sterling.


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    We are pleased to announce that, starting on Monday, the international company Hecklar and Koch will be publicly listed in the UK.


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    Trading Summary

    3 August 2015

    FTSE 100 Index - 7128.33 (Up)

    British Airways (BAA) - 42.12 (Up)

    Kligenberg Motors [Inquista] (KLM) - 65.91 (Up)

    BAE Systems (BAE) - 80.17 (Down)

    British Petroleum (BP) - 26.73 (Up)

    Vauxhall Motors (VXM) - 39.07 (Up)

    Under Armour (UAR) - 58.28 (Up)

    Jaguar (JAG) - 63.04 (Up)

    Tesco (TSCO) - 37.84 (Down)

    J Sainsbury (JSN) - 75.53 (Up)

    ASDA (ASD) - 51.65 (Up)

    Morrisons Supermarkets (MRW) - 28.91 (Down)

    Marks & Spencer (M&S) - 40.17 (Up)

    Waitrose (WRO) - 33.87 (Up)

    BT Group (BT.A) - 98.52 (Down)

    Virgin Airlines (VGA) - 90.91 (Up)

    Virgin Media (VGM) - 98.17 (Down)

    Microsoft, Inc. (MSF) - 46.80 (Up)

    Barclays (BARC) - 17.98 (Up)

    Coca-Cola HBC AG (CCH) - 27.75 (Up)

    GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) - 47.72 (Down)

    Glencore International, UK (GLEN) - 20.55 (Up)

    Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS) - 59.13 (Up)

    Vodafone Group (VOD) - 89.78 (Up)

    HSBC (HBA) - 61.68 (Down)

    Hecklar and Koch [Davishire] (HE.K) - 64.59 (Up)

    Amadeus Group (AMD) - 78.94 (Up)

    Samsung (SAM) - 37.05 (Up)

    2K Games (TKG) - 21.04 (Down)

    SONY (SNE) - 26.81 (Up)

    Superior Transit Systems [DU] (STS) - 56.89 (Up)

    Mixed trading again, mostly trending positive on economic news from Miraco and Icholasen as well as a strong pound and key trading benchmarks with the Duxburian Union. A positive jobs report for Q2 as well as news that the Government increased its corporate subsidies and budget surplus, combined with the trade deficit falling marked a rise in the FTSE as confidence in the City across Europe vaults higher. Oil continues to fall as Britain and Icholasen explore North Sea oil and the southern oil producers continue to inundate the market with oil. Other commodity prices hold strong.

    Commodities

    Crude oil - 36.14 EUR/bbl.

    Natural gas - 2.50 EUR/MMBtu

    Petrol - 7.13 EUR/gal.

    Emissions - 7.19 EUR/MT

    Gold - 1,108 EUR/oz. t

    Silver - 15.56 EUR/oz. t

    Platinum - 1,155.93 EUR/oz. t

    Palladium - 745.75 EUR/oz. t

    Copper (ore) - 273.40 EUR/oz. t

    Copper (pure) - 5,980.00 EUR/MT

    Aluminum - 1,782.00 EUR/MT

    Zinc - 2,129.00 EUR/MT

    Tin - 16,795.00 EUR/MT


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    Trading Summary

    10 November 2015

    FTSE 100 Index - 7209.47 (Up)

    British Airways (BAA) - 42.50 (Up)

    Kligenberg Motors [Inquista] (KLM) - 69.67 (Up)

    BAE Systems (BAE) - 83.17 (Up)

    British Petroleum (BP) - 28.01 (Up)

    Vauxhall Motors (VXM) - 51.27 (Up)

    Under Armour (UAR) - 57.08 (Down)

    Jaguar (JAG) - 64.63 (Up)

    Tesco (TSCO) - 39.11 (Down)

    J Sainsbury (JSN) - 77.88 (Up)

    ASDA (ASD) - 52.43 (Up)

    Morrisons Supermarkets (MRW) - 27.11 (Down)

    Marks & Spencer (M&S) - 42.09 (Up)

    Waitrose (WRO) - 34.17 (Up)

    BT Group (BT.A) - 70.34 (Up)

    Virgin Airlines (VGA) - 89.42 (Down)

    Virgin Media (VGM) - 99.27 (Down)

    Microsoft, Inc. (MSF) - 53.50 (Hold)

    Barclays (BARC) - 13.96 (Down)

    Coca-Cola HBC AG (CCH) - 27.75 (Hold)

    GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) - 42.57 (Down)

    Glencore International, UK (GLEN) - 20.55 (Up)

    Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS) - 62.78 (Up)

    Vodafone Group (VOD) - 90.89 (Up)

    HSBC (HBA) - 63.14 (Up)

    Hecklar and Koch [Davishire] (HE.K) - 64.59 (Up)

    Amadeus Group (AMD) - 79.07 (Down)

    Samsung (SAM) - 37.05 (Up)

    2K Games (TKG) - 22.59 (Up)

    SONY (SNE) - 30.13 (Up)

    Superior Transit Systems [DU] (STS) - 56.89 (Up)

    Renata Kligenberg, Ltd. (RKL) - 59.13 (Up)

    Largely positive trading today on the back of employment figures by the Office of National Statistics and figures that showed foreign investment in the United Kingdom, particularly from the Duxburian Union, Miraco, Angleter, and Inquista continue to go up as the British pound sterling continues to stay solid in the currency market, maintaining practical parity with the Duxburian kael, which continues to trade high. Crude oil and petrol prices are set to rise as Hurricane Nathaniel looks to make landfall on the Chirez coast of the Duxburian Union, potentially disrupting some shipping worldwide. Natural gas pricing will also be expected to rise as Northern Europe begins to transition from autumn to winter.

    Commodities

    Crude oil - 66.14 EUR/bbl.

    Natural gas - 2.66 EUR/MMBtu

    Petrol - 7.42 EUR/gal.

    Emissions - 7.19 EUR/MT

    Currencies

    GBP:Euro 1:2.18

    GBP:K 1:0.98

    GBP:ANP 1:1.15

    GBP:INF 1:1.10

    GBP:NIC 1:1.50


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    We are pleased to announce the trading of the Millennial Bank, Ltd. on the London Stock Exchange beginning 4 January 2016. Its trading symbol will be MBL and we are in negotiations with the company as to how many shares will go public which will determine the IPO. We are also pleased to announce that starting 14 December 2015, the Miracan franc will be traded as a free-floating currency on the exchange market. The debut of the Weissian mark will be delayed until January 2016, as its government has not officially announced its intent.

    Happy trading everyone.

    Christopher S. Gibson-Smith, Chairman

    Xavier Rolet, CEO


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    Trading Summary

    06 May 2016

    FTSE 100 Index - 7409.47 (Up)

    British Airways (BAA) - 43.07 (Up)

    Kligenberg Motors [Inquista] (KLM) - 68.75 (Down)

    BAE Systems (BAE) - 83.21 (Up)

    British Petroleum (BP) - 40.88 (Up)

    Vauxhall Motors (VXM) - 50.41 (Down)

    Under Armour (UAR) - 57.25 (Up)

    Jaguar (JAG) - 64.54 (Down)

    Tesco (TSCO) - 40.91 (Up)

    J Sainsbury (JSN) - 77.97 (Up)

    ASDA (ASD) - 53.04 (Up)

    Morrisons Supermarkets (MRW) - 27.18 (Up)

    Marks & Spencer (M&S) - 43.12 (Up)

    Waitrose (WRO) - 35.66 (Up)

    BT Group (BT.A) - 70.21 (Down)

    Virgin Airlines (VGA) - 90.46 (Up)

    Virgin Media (VGM) - 100.04 (Up)

    Microsoft, Inc. (MSF) - 54.02 (Up)

    Barclays (BARC) - 15.77 (Up)

    Coca-Cola HBC AG (CCH) - 26.55 (Down)

    GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) - 43.57 (Up)

    Glencore International, UK (GLEN) - 21.23 (Up)

    Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS) - 63.62 (Up)

    Vodafone Group (VOD) - 89.92 (Down)

    HSBC (HBA) - 65.27 (Up)

    Hecklar and Koch [Davishire] (HE.K) - 66.01 (Up)

    Amadeus Group (AMD) - 79.33 (Up)

    Samsung (SAM) - 37.05 (Up)

    2K Games (TKG) - 23.01 (Up)

    SONY (SNE) - 32.61 (Up)

    Superior Transit Systems [DU] (STS) - 53.11 (Up)

    Renata Kligenberg, Ltd. (RKL) - 69.70 (Up)

    Trading values rallied on news that the British economy was protected against the Duxburian mini-recession as well as a recovery of the value of the kael. Oil prices continue to be high due to the cut in Duxburian production, despite Halsbergian, Australian, and British/Nicolezian oil production. Strong economic news from the United Kingdom on employment and the value of the British pound sterling continued to buoy the London Stock Exchange. Investors found confidence in expanding markets for British companies in Australia, Miraco, Halsberg, and Inquista.

    Commodities

    Crude oil - 88.34 EUR/bbl.

    Natural gas - 2.66 EUR/MMBtu

    Petrol - 8.90 EUR/gal.

    Emissions - 7.19 EUR/MT

    Currencies

    GBP:Euro 1:2.05

    GBP:K 1:1:03

    GBP:ANP 1:1.05

    GBP:INF 1:1

    GBP:NIC 1:1.13

    GBP:AUD 1:1.05


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    TRADING SUMMARY

    06 May 2016

    Share markets

    FTSE 100 Index - 7693.61(Up)

    • British Airways (BAA) - 45.19 (Up)
    • Kligenberg Motors [Inquista] (KLM) - 69.01 (Down)
    • BAE Systems (BAE) - 84.25 (Up)
    • British Petroleum (BP) - 41.09 (Hold)
    • Vauxhall Motors (VXM) - 49.77 (Down)
    • Under Armour (UAR) - 59.33 (Up)
    • Jaguar (JAG) - 65.04 (Up)
    • Tesco (TSCO) - 41.23 (Up)
    • J Sainsbury (JSN) - 76.66 (Down)
    • ASDA (ASD) - 54.08 (Up)
    • Morrisons Supermarkets (MRW) - 28.29 (Up)
    • Marks & Spencer (M&S) - 42.10 (Down)
    • Waitrose (WRO) - 35.66 (Up)
    • BT Group (BT.A) - 70.21 (Down)
    • Virgin Airlines (VGA) - 90.46 (Up)
    • Virgin Media (VGM) - 100.04 (Up)
    • Microsoft, Inc. (MSF) - 56.13 (Up)
    • Barclays (BARC) - 18.33 (Up)
    • Coca-Cola HBC AG (CCH) - 27.88 (Down)
    • GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) - 45.61 (Up)
    • Glencore International, UK (GLEN) - 22.45 (Up)
    • Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS) - 63.62 (Up)
    • Vodafone Group (VOD) - 87.63 (Down)
    • HSBC (HBA) - 68.11 (Up)
    • Amadeus Group (AMD) - 79.33 (Up)
    • Samsung (SAM) - 37. (Up)
    • 2K Games (TKG) - 25.73 (Up)
    • SONY (SNE) - 34.98 (Up)
    • Superior Transit Systems [DU] (STS) - 61.21 (Up)
    • Renata Kligenberg, Ltd. (RKL) - 74.13 (Up)

    The share markets were strong today with many strong performances on the back of wage and jobs figures this month. Supermarket chains Tesco's and and Sainbury's both recorded an increase of profits by 5 and 4% respectively. London mayor Caroline Pidgeon of the LPP announced her plans for jobs in the capital which included brownfield redevelopment in London and increasing capacity of river crossings in East London. She also has stated that the London Gateway project will be finished by December of this year, making it the most high tech port in the UK and the second highest capacity (second after Felixstowe and ahead of Southampton). Strong sales are projected for British tech giant Sony's developments on PlayStation 4, including the VR headset, and speculation about PlayStation 5 coming out by 2020.

    Commodities

    • Crude oil - €51.74/bbl.
    • Natural gas - €2.66/MMBtu
    • Petrol - €1.712/gal.
    • Emissions - €7.19/MT
    • Diamonds - €5,700/carat

    Crude oil prices have fallen due to increased production in the Scottish North Sea oil fields and the returning online of Duxburian oil production of hurricane affected areas. Diamonds are trading at record high levels.

    Currencies

    • GBP:Euro £1-€1.557
    • GBP:Kael £1-K:1.01
    • GBP:ANP £1-A£1.03
    • GBP:INQ £1-I:0.99
    • GBP:FNC £1 - ₣1.05
    • GBP:AUD £1-$0.99

    Currency markets and bond markets held firm on Thursday, with sterling trading at €1.557. Sterling, the Angleteric pound, Australian dollar and the kael all are trading within levels of parity with each other. The United Kingdom saw a yield of 2.1% on bonds annually, and many investors found the UK economy a safe bet. Investors have also found solace in the remainder of the Ripple countries (Angleter, Duxbury and Australia).


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    TRADING SUMMARY

    27 March 2017

    SHARE MARKETS

    FTSE 100 Index - 7793.61 (Up 0.5%)

    FTSE 250 Index - 14,789.95 (Up 1.2%)

    FTSE 350 Index - 5,027.45 (Up 0.9%

    FTSE SmallCap Index - 6,379.05 (Up 1.0%)

    COMMODITIES

    • Crude oil - €32.54/bbl.
    • Natural gas - €3.07/MMBtu
    • Petrol - €1.482/gal.
    • Emissions - €7.19/MT
    • Diamonds - €5,700/carat

    CURRENCIES

    • GBP:Euro £1:€1.557
    • GBP:Kael £1-K:1.02
    • GBP:ANP £1-A£1.03
    • GBP:FNC £1 - ₣1.05
    • GBP:AUD £1-$0.99
    • GBP:Arik £1 - A0.98

    Trading Summary

    Crude oil continues to fall with overproduction in the Duxburian Union, Australia, and Scotland pushing the price lower. Natural gas shares increased moderately. The pound remains strong against most currencies, with the pound being on parity with all of them, maintaining a strong lead over the euro. The major indexes on the FTSE continue to rise as economic output numbers for 2016-2017 fiscal year are due out from the Bank of England. Expected measures to continue to keep inflation in line at about 2% from the European Central Bank and the Bank of England have promoted optimism about both the regional economy and the UK economy. Investors have been anticipating the Royal Mail IPO of about 30% of shares. The company is valued at around £12 billion by major banks around the United Kingdom, and the Royal Mail has seen keen interest from particularly Duxburian investors in London.



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