Indices are a measurement of the price performance of a basket of shares from a specific exchange. For example, the FTSE 100 presents a weighted average of the 100 most valuable companies on the London
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Many investors want to know the best stocks to buy right now in the UK. However, many lose money because they don’t know what to look for when investing on the London Stock Exchange. This
A share warrant essentially offers UK investors a risky but potentially very lucrative investment opportunity if the underlying stock rises in value. It goes without saying that before investing in share warrants, investors should take
An open offer is when a company gives shareholders an offer to purchase additional shares (or other securities) at a discount. The number of shares they can purchase is always in proportion to their existing
Trading plans are an important part of any trader’s toolkit. The problem is, most traders don’t actively lay out a plan before they begin trading. The result? They lose money and wonder why. Furthermore, many
In this article, we’re going to look at what a share buyback is, how they work, why companies do them, and whether investors benefit. When companies have built up surplus cash, they have three options.
Level 2 provides you with full viewing of the order book in real-time on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and provides insights in how you can get better pricing using direct market access (DMA). Level 2 also shows us the market depth and the liquidity available for the security.