London Stock Exchange International Order Book (IOB) enables investors to unlock the potential of some of the world’s fastest growing markets through a single central electronic order book. It offers easy, cost-efficient and direct access to securities via global depositary receipts (GDRs) from over 30 countries, including markets in Central and Eastern Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The market has grown rapidly since its inception in 2001, with Gazprom, Sberbank and Lukoil among the most heavily traded securities on London Stock Exchange.
Shanghai-London Stock Connect GDRs or underlying equity are traded on IOB Shanghai Segment.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission becomes first US muni to list green bonds on London Stock Exchange
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), a department of the City and County of San Francisco, launched the first US municipal green bond on London Stock Exchange.
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Kaspi.kz, which operates the Kaspi.kz Super App, Kazakhstan’s most popular mobile app and the gateway to its market leading Payments, Marketplace and Fintech platforms, today celebrates its admission to the London Stock Exchange’s Main Market through trading on the International Order Book. The company, trading under the ticker symbol KSPI.LI, achieved a market capitalisation of $6.5 bill
London Stock Exchange today welcomes SDIC Power Holdings, a leading power generation company in China, to open London’s markets for trading. The occasion marks the successful listing of the Company’s GDRs, utilising the Shanghai-London Stock Connect segment of the Exchange’s Main Market.
SDIC Power operates a diversified portfolio of projects across hydropower, coal-fired power, wind
London Stock Exchange today welcomes Yamana Gold Inc (LSE: AUY, TSX: YRI, NYSE: AUY), a Canadian-based precious metals producer with significant gold and silver production, development stage properties, exploration properties, and land positions throughout the Americas, including Canada, Brazil, Chile and Argentina. The Company’s shares were admitted to the Standard Segment of the Official List