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27 October 2021

London Stock Exchange welcomes Softline to Main Market

London Stock Exchange today welcomes Softline, a leading global solutions and services provider in digital transformation and cybersecurity, to the Standard Segment of the Main Market of London Stock Exchange trading under the ticker symbol SFTL. Softline's objective is to help improve business performance and quality of life through the most effective use of technology. Founded in 1993 by

London Stock Exchange Welcomes Invesco celebrating the launch of Nasdaq-100 ESG UCITS ETF

Today, London Stock Exchange welcomes Invesco for the newest addition to the Invesco Nasdaq Innovation Suite, a new Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) ETF: the Invesco Nasdaq-100 ESG UCITS ETF. The Nasdaq-100 index has long been associated with growth and innovation, including many of today’s leading-edge companies, such as Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Microsoft. The Invesco Nasdaq-100

21 October 2021

London Stock Exchange welcomes Tungsten West to AIM

Tungsten West Plc (“Tungsten West” or “the Company”) is a UK based company focussed on recommencing production at the Hemerdon tungsten and tin mine (“Hemerdon” or the “Project”) in Devon, England. The Hemerdon mine is the world’s third largest Tungsten resource, had over £170m spent on it via the previous operator and has a mine life of 18.5 years. The Company is focused on rebuilding and

20 October 2021

London Stock Exchange welcomes the Republic of Korea’s Sovereign Green Bond to the Sustainable Bond Market

London Stock Exchange today welcomes the Republic of Korea issuing their €700mn -0.053% note due October 2026 to London Stock Exchange’s International Securities Market. The deal was more than 6 times oversubscribed, receiving bids in excess of €4.2bn from over 150 accounts. The €700mn 5-year tranche is Korea’s debut green bond and it was admitted yesterday to our Sustainable Bond Market. This