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Exchange of stock

Acquisition of another company by purchase of its stock in exchange for cash or shares.



Exchange of stock

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London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange

London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange

A futures and options exchange, located in London, which originally dealt only in financial instruments including equities (shares), government bonds, indices (such as the FTSE 100 Index) interest rates and a wide range of currencies. In 1996, LIFFE merged with the London Commodity Exchange with unified administration and exchange systems. All trades of the merged exchange are guaranteed by the London Clearing House (LCH). LIFFE is a Recognised Investment Exchange (RIE), regulated by the Financial Services Authority (FSA).


Effective exchange rate

Effective exchange rate

An index of a currency's value relative to a group (or basket) of other currencies, where the currencies in the basket are given weights based on the amount of trade between the countries that use the currencies. Also called a trade-weighted exchange rate.


Share exchange

Share exchange

A facility offered by some investment trusts which enables investors to convert individual shares which they hold into shares in the investment trust cheaply and easily.


Exchangeable

Exchangeable

Applies mainly to convertible securities. Means the issuer, if so stated, may substitute a convertible debenture for an existing convertible preferred with identical terms. Most often used when a corporation has an immediate need for equity capital and a low tax rate, and expects either or both conditions to change. This would make the debenture less attractive if the interest tax-deductibility is lost.


Tradepoint Investment Exchange

Tradepoint Investment Exchange

A London-based stock exchange which opened on 21st September 1995 and which currently deals in 900 of the most actively traded UK equities.Tradepoint is an electronic order driven market accessible via a standard IBM PC where brokers, market makers and investing institutions participate on an anonymous basis and enter buy or sell orders. For the most liquid stocks, trades are completed the moment a corresponding buy or sell order is entered by another participant. Less liquid stocks are traded by way of computer matching following the accumulation of orders after periods of time.Trades are guaranteed by the London Clearing House (LCH) and settlement is via Crest. Tradepoint is a Recognised Investment Exchange (RIE) and is regulated by the Financial Services Authority (FSA).


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