London Securities and Derivatives Exchange

London Securities and Derivatives Exchange
= OMLX
An exchange set up in 1990 to trade in futures and options in Swedish equities. Originating as a way of reducing liability to Swedish tax, it has remained in London after the tax it was set up to avoid was rescinded.

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