LSE predicts UK equity derivatives surge

Furse, who was speaking at the Institute of Directors’ annual convention at London’s Royal Albert Hall, noted that the LSE deals with twice as much trading in international equities as Nasdaq, the New York Stock Exchange, Deutsche Börse and Euronext combined.

“In financial markets, trading is increasingly sectoral, and geographic boundaries are becoming less relevant. Equities are managed as a global product line for all our major customers, and more and more equity businesses are managed

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