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Trading Europe From ‘Across the Pond’

September 29, 2016

In an increasingly global marketplace, U.S. trading and investing firms aren’t really major-league if they don’t trade and invest across borders.

And Europe, with its multiple developed economies driving generation of about one-third of the world’s GDP, is a must-be-in marketplace for any firm with global aspirations.

The U.S. has the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq as liquidity centers for trading firms. There are no equity exchanges in Europe quite that large, but there are a host of world-class institutional venues with ample liquidity, including Euronext, London Stock Exchange, Bats, Deutsche Boerse, SIX Swiss Exchange, and Nasdaq Nordic Exchange.

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