Business, Legal & Accounting Glossary
A company whose shares are listed by the Stock Exchange as being available for buying and selling under the rules and safeguards of the Exchange.
A listed company, not surprisingly, is a company whose shares have been listed by a stock exchange.
In London, the company’s shares will have been accepted by the Quotations Committee of the Stock Exchange.
For the shares to be accepted, the company’s financial position and reputation will have been examined. If these are satisfactory, the shares are admitted to the Stock Exchange’s Official List of securities dealt in by members of the Stock Exchange.
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