February 1, 2012
by Katherine Getty
Four British men pleaded guilty Wednesday to plotting an al Qaeda inspired attack against the London Stock Exchange (LSE). In December 2010, nine men who met through radical Islamist groups were charged and taken into custody in the UK for conspiring to bomb the US Embassy and the LSE. When the ...[read more]
December 28, 2010
by Zach Zagger
Nine men were charged and taken custody on Monday in the UK for conspiring to bomb the US Embassy and the London Stock Exchange. The charges come after British authorities had apprehended 12 men on December 21 as part of raids to capture suspected terrorists. Four of the men charged are from ...[read more]
October 27, 2009
by JURIST Staff
On October 27, 1986, the so-called "Big Bang" deregulated markets throughout the London Stock Exchange as part of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's financial reform program. Learn more about the effects of the Big Bang in the United Kingdom. ... ...[read more]
July 29, 2005
by James Murdock
Leading Friday's corporations and securities law news, the UK's Competition Commission has concluded that takeover bids from Euronext and Deutsche Boerse for the London Stock Exchange (LSE) would negatively affect competition. In its report, the commission said that either company would ...[read more]

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