Home » Stock Exchanges » London Stock Exchange

London Stock Exchange

The London Stock Exchange is among the oldest financial services institutions in the world, having served its clients for over 300 years. The exchange has its headquarters in the City of London. The LSE operates an equity market in which major companies from across the world participate. LSE has four major markets; the Main Market lists large multinational companies, AIM lists emerging companies, Professional Securities Market offers alternative listings, and the Specialist Fund Market offers alternative listings as well. LSE provides a trading platform for investors to trade equities, bonds, and other derivatives.

Given the immense income opportunity of LSE, many people demand a piece of what the exchange has to offer. We believe it is our obligation to facilitate the exploitation of that opportunity. We offer comprehensive and in-depth news concerning the LSE and analyses from experts to help you choose the best assets. 

Listed Companies

Latest London Stock Exchange News

This Stock Can Grow Further 15% In February Amid Coronavirus Fears

Coronavirus has thus far killed more than 2,000 people and has infected more than 75,000 people. As a result, South Asian countries continue to take extraordinary measures in response to the novel coronavirus. Mongolia announced today it will keep all schools closed until the end of March after two persons living in China, and close to th...

Laura Ashley Owner in Discussions With Lender to Secure Emergency Funding

Shares of Laura Ashley plunged over 41% today after the company said it was in talks with its bank about accessing sufficient funds to continue trading. The fashion and home retailer said the talks between majority shareholder MUI Asia and US bank Wells Fargo came as a result of a challenging second half of 2019 in which sales dropped 10....

AstraZeneca anticipates a hit to performance due to the Coronavirus outbreak in China

AstraZeneca is the latest in the list of firms that anticipated a major hit to the performance ascribed to the recent outbreak of Coronavirus in China. While the outlook for the next quarters wasn’t too optimistic, the pharmaceutical company highlighted that its operations have so far not been disrupted significantly due to the health eme...

Ryanair’s CMO, Kenny Jacobs, to exit the company in April

Irish budget airline, Ryanair, announced on Monday that its current Chief Marketing Officer, Kenny Jacobs, will be exiting the position by the end of April after serving the airline for six years. Jacobs played a prominent role in Ryanair’s campaign that aimed at improving customer service. The CMO cited his desire to pursue other goals a...

Aston Martin Cuts a Rescue Deal with F1 Billionaire

Aston Martin plans to raise £500m in an emergency funding led by Canadian Formula 1 billionaire Lawrence Stroll as the British automaker attempts to recover from a period marked by a disastrous IPO. Lawrence Stroll’s consortium will pay £182m for a stake of 16.7% in Aston Martin at a price of £4 per share, while the company will raise the...

Sainsbury’s Promises to Reduce Carbon Emissions to Zero by 2040

Sainsbury’s has announced plans to cut its net carbon emissions to zero by 2040. The UK’s second-largest supermarket chain plans to invest £1 billion ($1.3 billion) to achieve this goal. The awareness about the need for tackling climate change has been rising in the UK, thanks to climate change campaigners, including broadcaster Dav...

Investing is speculative. When investing your capital is at risk. This site is not intended for use in jurisdictions in which the trading or investments described are prohibited and should only be used by such persons and in such ways as are legally permitted. Your investment may not qualify for investor protection in your country or state of residence, so please conduct your own due diligence. This website is free for you to use but we may receive commission from the companies we feature on this site. Click here for more information.