International Order Book

What is the International Order Book?

London Stock Exchange International Order Book (IOB) enables investors to unlock the potential of some of the world’s fastest growing markets through a single central electronic order book. It offers easy, cost-efficient and direct access to securities via global depositary receipts (GDRs) from over 30 countries, including markets in Central and Eastern Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The market has grown rapidly since its inception in 2001, with Gazprom, Sberbank and Lukoil among the most heavily traded securities on London Stock Exchange. Shanghai-London Stock Connect GDRs are also traded on the International Order Book, on the Shanghai Segment.

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Connecting worldwide investors in one time zone with cost-efficient, secure, transparent access, to invest in some of the world’s fastest-growing markets.
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London Stock Exchange celebrates FTSE Russell’s partnership on derivatives with Cboe Global Markets

Today, London Stock Exchange markets were opened by Cboe Global Markets and FTSE Russell to mark the launch of Mini-Russell 2000® Index Options.

Mini-Russell 2000® Index Options
Russell 2000 Index Options
Russell 1000 Index Options
Russell 1000 Growth Index Options
Russell 1000 Value Index Options

Frank Russell Company (now part of FTSE Russell) w

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London Stock Exchange welcomes FlexShares® by Northern Trust Asset Management to celebrate the launch of its FlexShares Exchange Traded Funds in Europe

Today, London Stock Exchange markets were opened by Northern Trust Asset Management to celebrate the launch of two climate focused exchange-traded funds (ETFs): the FlexShares® Developed Markets Low Volatility Climate ESG UCITS ETF (QVFD) and the FlexShares® Developed Market High Dividend Climate ESG UCITS ETF (QDFD). 

The Funds represent the first FlexShares’ ETFs available in E

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London Stock Exchange welcomes Virgin Wines to AIM

The Norwich-based company’s Ordinary Shares were admitted to trading at 8.00am on Tuesday 2nd March 2021, under the stock market ticker VINO. The Admission price was 197p, resulting in a market capitalisation of £110 million. 

Virgin Wines is one of the UK’s largest direct-to-consumer wine retailers which has a reputation for supplying and curating high quality products, excellen

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London Stock Exchange welcomes Cellular Goods to the Main Market

Today, London Stock Exchange welcomes Cellular Goods plc to trading on the standard segment of the Main Market under the ticker “CBX” after it raised gross proceeds of £13 million through a 13 times oversubscribed IPO.

Cellular will be the first pure-play biosynthetic cannabinoids consumer products company to list on London Stock Exchange, providing the investor community with a

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