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LSE lifted to record heights

The London Stock Exchange says daily trading volumes for a November are at their highest level ever, with average daily turnover of more than £4bn and more than 100,000 trades executed in the past 14 trading days.


The exchange recorded a 32 per cent leap in pre-tax profits to £26.5m for the six months ending September 30 compared to the same time last year.

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