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(Reuters) – Russian state oil company Rosneft delisted its global depository receipts from the London Stock Exchange (LSE), it said on Tuesday, following similar steps by other...
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EU attempting to revive Iran nuclear deal with market staying pessimistic Crude prices could rebound from oversold conditions but stay off 2022 highs Both Iran, US likely looking...
London Stock Exchange Group plc engages in the market infrastructure business primarily in the United Kingdom, the United States, other European countries, Asia, and internationally. The company operates through three segments: Data & Analytics, Capital Markets, and Post Trade. It operates a range of international equity, fixed income, exchange-traded funds/exchange-trading, and foreign exchange markets, including London Stock Exchange, AIM, Turquoise, CurveGlobal, FXall, and Tradeweb. The company also provides information and data products, such as indexes, benchmarks, real time pricing data and trade reporting, and reconciliation services, as well as network connectivity and server hosting services; market trading services; and clearing, risk management, capital optimization, and regulatory reporting solutions. In addition, it offers media training, events space, and studio hire services. Further, the company licenses capital markets; installs software; and provides maintenance services. London Stock Exchange Group plc was founded in 1698 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.