London Stock Exchange
London Stock ExchangeThe world's third largest stock exchange by market capitalisation of domestic stocks listed, after the New York Stock Exchange and Tokyo Stock Exchange. The LSE also lists foreign companies, and its turnover of foreign shares is the largest in the world.Over 7,000 securities are bought and sold, including shares, Treasury stocks (gilts) and bonds.In order for a company to be admitted to the Exchange it must make application for a place on the 'Official List'. This involves providing extensive data regarding its financial status and trading history etc.As well as the Official List of large companies, the LSE also regulates the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) for smaller companies.Trading in securities is done through the The Stock Exchange Electronic Trading System (SETS) and the Stock Exchange Automated Quotation system (SEAQ).http://www.londonstockexchange.com
Exchange rate determinationExchange rate determination
The process by which a country's exchange rate comes to be what it is. With a floating exchange rate, this may be modeled in various ways, including the elasticities approach, the monetary approach, the portfolio approach, and the asset approach.
Istanbul Stock ExchangeIstanbul Stock Exchange
The sole securities exchange in Turkey.
Nominal exchange rateNominal exchange rate
The actual foreign exchange quotation in contrast to the real exchange rate, which has been adjusted for changes in purchasing power.
New York Stock ExchangeNew York Stock Exchange
The world's largest stock exchange with well over 3,000 companies listed and a market capitalisation of trillions of dollars. The NYSE is a truly international exchange, with nearly 400 non-American companies listed.
Effective exchange rateEffective 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.
Further SuggestionsStock Exchange of Thailand
Pure exchange economy
Oslo Stock Exchange
National Stock Exchange (NSE)
Budapest Stock Exchange
Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE)
Pacific Stock Exchange
Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE)
London Commodity Exchange (LCE)
bill of exchange
Securities and commodities exchanges
Flexible exchange rate
Exchange of assets
Foreign exchange market
Stock Exchange Pool Nominee
PPP exchange rate
Currency Exchange Risk
Ration foreign exchange
Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (SEHK)
Floating exchange rate
Foreign exchange swap
Indirect Exchange Rate
Nagoya Stock Exchange