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Turquoise Global Holdings Limited and Plato Partnership Celebrate the Continued Success of Turquoise Plato™

London Stock Exchange Group welcomed yesterday Turquoise Global Holdings Limited and Plato Partnership for a Market Close Ceremony to celebrate the successful growth of our Turquoise Plato™ innovations designed in partnership with the industry.

Following a Cooperation Agreement with Plato Partnership in 2016, Turquoise rebranded its non-displayed services as Turqu

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London Stock Exchange welcomes Industrials REIT to the Premium Segment of the Main Market

London Stock Exchange welcomes Industrials REIT to the Premium Segment of the Main Market. The UK multi-let industrial (MLI) REIT announced this move in December 2021 and began trading on Premium Segment of the Main Market on 20 December. The Company is also listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in South Africa and has migrated to a secondary listing on its main board.

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London Stock Exchange welcomes The Arab Federation of Capital Markets.

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The Arab Federation of Capital Markets (AFCM) is the Arab industry group for Exchanges and Clearing houses, and Financial Institutions around the Arab regions. It was established in 1978 to be the guiding body for the Arab Stock Exchanges, under the recommendation of the Arab Central Ban

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London Stock Exchange welcomes EnSilica plc to AIM

EnSilica is a designer and supplier of mixed signal ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuit). ASICs are Integrated Circuits or semiconductor chips developed for a particular use or product rather than for general purpose usage.  ASICs help differentiate products through optimised hardware making products smaller, faster, lower power, improved security, add

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