The London Stock Exchange: A History

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Index
Aarons, L.102
Aberdeen Stock Exchange117, 118
ABN Amro 629
ABP 606
Accepting Houses:
Association 492
Committee 505
account trading 188-9, 314, 327
accountants' rebates 342, 343, 344, 346
Act:
Barnards 31
Bubble 17
Companies 354
Exchange Control 349
Finance, 1959374
Glass-Steagall 8
Prevention of Fraud (Investors) 292, 293, 336
Sex Disqualification (Removal) 201
Trustee Investment 477
advertising 109, 203-5, 432-3, 482
agents de change 3, 142
AIBD (Association of International Bond Dealers)569, 605
AIM (Alternative Investment Market) 619, 620
Akroyd, Bayly99
Akroyd, John99
Akroyd, Swanson99
Akroyd and Smithers99, 114, 371, 409, 555, 559, 603, 629
Alberg, I. J. & Co.40
Algemene Bank (Amsterdam)496
Allied Provincial Securities 592, 632
Alternative Investment Market, see AIM
Althaus, Nigel 566
American brokers 305-7
American Civil War 90
American Depository Receipts 243, 252, 474, 571, 578, 587, 622
American War of Independence 32
Ames, A. E. & Co.306
Amsterdam2, 3, 28-9, 33, 245
European Options Exchange 530-
Amsterdam Stock Exchange160, 196, 529-30, 623, 624, 638-9
Anderson, E H.10
Anderson, J. D.404
Angel, S. P.401
Anglo-American Telegraph 79
Ansbacher, Henry & Co. 355, 412
Antrobus, Edmund21, 22, 27
Antrobus, Philip21, 22
appeal tribunal (for the Stock Exchange) 550
arbitrage 126-32, 195, 141-5, 349, 403-6, 463-5, 525-6
brokers/jobbers 129-31, 403, 404, 464
First World War, ban on 152-3, 156, 157
joint-account 242
security 243
arbitrageurs 129, 221, 243
Argentina91, 92, 359
Argentine & Christopherson 492
ARIEL (Automated Real-time Investments Exchange) 504-6
Arnold-Forster, Christopher345
Asia349, 497
assets:
domestic fixed 71
financial 71
foreign 71
Associated Stock Exchange459
Association of Futures Brokers and Dealers 598
Association of International Bond Dealers, see AIBD
ATU+0026T 471
Austin and Daimler259
Australia256, 348, 497
Australian Commonwealth Carbide 261
Australian gold mining 92, 102, 274, 399, 472, 523, 525, 562
Autex 504
Automated Real-time Investments Exchange, see ARIEL
Backhouse, Jonathan339
backwardation 22
Bailey, Miss Muriel453, 454, 484
Bailleu, E. L.102
Baily, Gerard368, 369
Baker, Weeks and Harden 306
Balfour Beatty260
Baltic Exchange 389
ban, sole traders 490
Bank of England15-18, 21
CREST transfer system 608-9
gilt-edged market 564-7, 622
options 370-2, 527-30

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents xi
  • List of Figures and Tables xii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - From Market to Exchange, 1693-1801 15
  • 2 - From Money to Capital, 1801-1851 37
  • 3 - From Domestic to International, 1850-1914 70
  • 4 - Shattered Dominance: The First World War, 1914-1918 143
  • 5 - Challenges and Opportunities, 1919-1939 170
  • 6 - The Changing Market Place Between the Wars 235
  • 7 - New Beginnings: The Second World War, 1939-1945 287
  • 8 - Recovery and Crisis: 1945-1949 326
  • 9 - Drifting Towards Oblivion, 1950-1959 363
  • 10 - Failing to Adjust, 1960-1969 423
  • 11 - Prelude to Change, 1970-1979 479
  • 12 - Big Bang 543
  • 13 - Black Hole 596
  • Conclusion 636
  • Select Bibliography 643
  • Index 655
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