LSE Plans International Trading Network


The London Stock Exchange (LSE) is planning the creation of an "international board" allowing cross-border trading in blue chip stocks listed on six different national exchanges.

The plan was revealed by Tony Weeresinghe, director of global development at the LSE, at the World Exchanges Congress in Madrid scheduled to run until the end of business tomorrow.

Weeresinghe told the conference: "We're bringing in the concept of an international board. It's a new concept where we will trade other

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