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London Stock Exchange  
The London Stock Exchange or LSE is a stock exchange located in London, England, United Kingdom. Founded in 1801, it is one of the largest stock exchanges in the world, with many overseas listings as well as British companies. The LSE is part of the London Stock Exchange Group plc.

The Baltic Exchange  
The Baltic Exchange is a membership organisation at the heart of the global maritime marketplace. We provide independent daily shipping market information; maintain professional shipbroking standards and resolve disputes.

EDX London  
EDX London Ltd endeavours to ensure that the data and other material in this web-site are correct and complete, but does not accept liability for any error made or omission from this web-site. The development of EDX London Ltd products and services is continuous and published information may not be up to date. It is important to check the current position with EDX London Ltd. .

European Climate Exchange  
The European Climate Exchange (ECX) manages the marketing and product development for ECX Carbon Financial Instruments (ECX CFIs), listed and admitted to trading on the ICE Futures Europe's electronic platform. ECX contracts are standardised and all trades are cleared by LCH.Clearnet. More than 90 leading businesses have signed up for membership to trade ECX products. In addition, several hundred clients can access the market daily via banks and brokers. ECX / ICE Futures Europe is the most liquid, pan-European platform for carbon emissions trading, attracting over 85 % of the exchange-traded volume in the market.

ICE Futures Europe  
The Most Popular stock exchange in united kingdom.

London Metal Exchange  
Established for over 130 years and located in the heart of The City of London, the London Metal Exchange is the world's premier non-ferrous metals market. It offers futures and options contracts for aluminium, copper, tin, nickel, zinc and lead plus two regional aluminium alloy contracts.

PLUS Markets Group  
PLUS Markets plc is a fully competitive equity stock exchange in London, offering a deep pool of liquidity across over 7,500 UK and European securities. Investment firms trade on PLUS for superior quote-driven execution at low transaction and market data cost. Companies and funds can access capital and profile in London via the PLUS-listed and PLUS-quoted markets.

SWX Europe (formerly virt-x)  
SWX Europe Limited (formerly virt-x Exchange Limited) was founded in 2001 as the first cross-border trading platform for pan-European blue chips. By offering a range of innovative services SWX Europe actively shapes new developments in European securities trading and ensures a competitive trading landscape in London. Since its launch SWX Europe has focused on consulting with the London trading community to develop competitive models, successfully increasing its share of SMI trading in the UK, and introducing new services including trade reporting.