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LSE

abbreviation for
(Education) London School of Economics
Translations

LSE

[ˌɛlɛsˈiː] n abbr
(=London School of Economics)
(=London Stock Exchange) → Bourse f de LondresL-shaped [ˈɛlʃeɪpt] adj [room] → en L
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The LSE, which owns index compiler FTSE, last week revealed a proposed "merger of equals" with Germany's Deutsche Borse.
The LSE said it would be a "merger of equals," forming an enlarged group that would rival the likes of CME Group and Intercontinental Exchange in the US and Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, which is the world's largest exchanges group.
It is the third time the LSE and Deutsche Boerse have tried for years to strike a deal that ended in failure.
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As of today, the LSE is the only domestic exchange to have more than one trading floors and is also the only exchange in the region to have established a unified order book with another domestic stock exchange in the country.
The biggest investor in the LSE, Borse Dubai, is also the holding company for Dubai Financial Market and Nasdaq Dubai.
4 per cent of the share capital in the company," said a brief statement issued by the Dubai company, which was the biggest single shareholder in the LSE.
According to LSE spokesman here Monday, the LSE has approved the SPEL application for formal listing and quotation of shares on completion of all formalities required under the Listing Regulations
The Qatari sovereign wealth fund is expected to retain a 10 per cent stake in the LSE.
The LSE Student Recruitment Officer expressed her keenness to strengthen LSE's ties with the Crown Prince's International Scholarship Program, praising the CPISP's objective to provide the best educational opportunities for outstanding Bahrainis to study at top international universities.
Maple said in a statement: "TMX Group shareholders should be aware that Maple's offer can only proceed if the LSE take-over plan does not.
The failure of the deal increases the risk of an offer being made for the LSE.