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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.

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Easyjet Stock Price Crashes 30% Amid Coronavirus Fears

Shares of the budget airline Easyjet are down 30% on the week amid coronavirus fears. Moreover, the company said it is forced to cancel more flights and introduce a pay freeze for its workers. Fundamental analysis: Coronavirus hits airlines hard The airline industry has suffered the hardest hit from the deadly coronavirus outbreak. Some e...

Activist Investor To Prudential: End Your 172-Year U.K. Presence

U.S.-based activist investor Dan Loeb and his Third Point hedge fund has a simple message to insurance giant Prudential: end your 172-year presence in the U.K. The Letter According to the Financial Times, Loeb’s Third Point accumulated a $2 billion position in Prudential. The activist hedge fund will use its clout and influence to push th...

Hotel Chocolat Stock Price Ignores Coronavirus, Up Nearly 10% On Double-Digit Growth in Sales

Shares of Hotel Chocolat trade almost 10% higher this morning in London after the group posted a better-than-expected half-year sales thanks to new store openings in the UK and globally. Fundamental analysis: Revenue surpasses £90m Hotel Chocolat, a British chocolatier and cocoa grower, with more than 70 shops in the UK, reported a revenu...

Global airline stocks take a massive hit amidst rising cases of Coronavirus outside China

With the rising cases of Coronavirus outside China, even the reduced prices of fuel are failing to stir optimism in the travel and tourism across the globe. Amidst such complications, airline stocks saw a significant drop on Monday. At $25.45 per share in the stock market, American Airlines declined 8.5% on Monday to post a new low in ove...

Primark Concerned Of Coronavirus’s Impact on the Supply

Today, Associated British Foods warned about the potential shortages of some clothing lines in its Primark later this year, as its production in China keeps getting delayed due to the coronavirus. In its 24-week trading update, AB Foods said it expects the operating profit for Primark to be “marginally down” compared to last year, despite...

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...

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