The European Quoting Service (EQS) enables clients to meet their pre-trade pan-European transparency obligations. EQS is a quote-driven market making and trade reporting platform that supports an extensive range of Equity and Equity-like securities defined by ESMA as liquid. It does not contain securities that are already included on SETS, SETSqx or IOB because they are directly admitted by London Stock Exchange to Main Market, AIM, Professional Securities Market, International Securities Market or Admission to Trading.
Market Makers will enter non-electronically executable quotes during the Mandatory Quote Period (MQP). There will be no minimum number of market makers required per security.
The equivalent non-liquid securities are found on segment SSX4 SXEL of SETSqx.
See TRADEcho for further details.
London Stock Exchange today welcomes Elixirr International plc, an established global award-winning management consultancy.
Elixirr announced that it is raising a total of £25.0 million with a market capitalisation on admission of £98.1 million. The placing will raise gross proceeds of £20.0 million for Elixirr which the company intends to use to accelerate its expansion into new mark
London Stock Exchange today welcomes the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan placing its US$500m 4.95% due July 2025 and US$1.25bn 5.85% due July 2030 dual-tranche benchmark Eurobonds to the London Stock Exchange’s Main Market. The deal was more than 6 times oversubscribed, receiving bids in excess of $6.25bn.
The Kingdom intends to use the net proceeds of the issue of the Notes to finan
Today London Stock Exchange welcomes Pensana Rare Earths, a rare earth development company focused on supplying innovative NdPr solution to the green economy, as it lists on the standard segment of the London Stock Exchange's Main Market.
Renewable energy is set to play a significant role in the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. With US$16 trillion of stimulus programmes drivi
London Stock Exchange today welcomes the Ministry of Finance, acting on behalf of the Republic of Belarus, placing its US$500m 5.875% due February 2026 and US$750m 6.378% due February 2031 dual-tranche benchmark Eurobonds. These are the first bonds issued by the Ministry of Finance to be admitted to London Stock Exchange.
The Republic of Belarus, country in Eastern Europe, stand