London Stock Exchange lost 25% of firms in decade

The London Stock Exchange (LSE) has lost 25% of its companies in the past decade, according to a Bloomberg report.

In 2023, total listings on the LSE fell another 6% to 1,836, Bloomberg reported, quoting a report from UK trading platform XTB which cited data from the LSE.

The report said that in 2013 there were 2,448 firms listed on the LSE in the main and junior markets.