Stock Exchange Electronic Trading Service (SETS) is London Stock Exchange’s flagship electronic order book, trading FTSE 100, FTSE 250, FTSE Small Cap Index constituents, Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and Exchange Traded Products (ETPs), plus other liquid AIM, Irish and London Standard-listed securities. London Stock Exchange also operates a version of SETS on a modified trading cycle that supports securitised derivatives.
Functionally rich with multiple order types, SETS is one of the most liquid electronic order books in Europe. It is this liquidity, underpinned by a rigorous rulebook and market supervision, and a wide and diverse set of participants, that creates opportunity to do business. Market participants can choose from three fully inter-operable competing clearers, ensuring pre- and post-trade anonymity and full counterparty risk protection.
The London Stock Exchange today welcomes Castelnau Group Limited (‘Castelnau’), an investment company established to invest in public and private companies with the aim of outperforming the FTSE All Share Total Return Index over the long term. The ordinary shares of Castlenau will be listed on the Specialist Fund Segment of the Main Market.</
Today, London Stock Exchange welcomes Light Science Technologies Holdings plc (“LSTH”) to trading on AIM under the ticker LST. In October 2021, LSTH successfully raised gross proceeds of £5 million (the “Placing”) and the Company’s market capitalisation on admission was approximately £17.5 million.
The net proceeds of the Placing, which are receivable by the
Tortilla Mexican Grill plc (MEX), the largest and most successful fast-casual Mexican restaurant group in the UK, began trading on Friday 8 October on London Stock Exchange’s AIM. The IPO raised £5.0m of gross proceeds, and upon Admission the Company’s market capitalisation was £70.0m.
Tortilla offers a high-quality, affordable and freshly prepared Californi
London Stock Exchange welcomes Oxford Nanopore Technologies plc to the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange. Founded in 2005 by Gordon Sanghera, Spike Willcocks and Professor Hagan Bayley, Oxford Nanopore has developed a new generation of nanopore-based sensing technology.
Oxford Nanopore’s long term goal is to bring the widest benefits to society throug