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London Stock Exchange stays in City

The London Stock Exchange has announced it is to remain in the City when it leaves its present home in 2004, ending speculation that it would relocate to Canary Wharf.

It will occupy new premises currently being built at Paternoster Square, next to St Paul&#39s Cathedral. The announcement follows lobbying from the City of London to keep the LSE in the City, its home for 200 years.

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