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Reuters

International news and quotation service based in London.

Reuters

a company which collects and disseminates worldwide general news items for press publication and which provides support facilities for the financial markets. See GLOBEX.
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The last trading day for Thomson Reuters PLC ordinary shares on the London Stock Exchange and ADSs on Nasdaq was yesterday.
Holders of Thomson Reuters Plc American Depositary shares will receive six Thomson Reuters Corp.
Effective September 10, 2009, former Thomson Reuters PLC shareholders who receive DIs will be able to convert their DIs into common shares by contacting Computershare in Canada and the United States by phone at 1.
Purchases of Thomson Reuters PLC ordinary shares would be effected through the facilities of the London Stock Exchange.
As a requirement of the DLC structure, Thomson Reuters Corporation and Thomson Reuters PLC shareholders voted separately at today's meetings.
TORONTO, Canada, November 21 /PRNewswire/ -- The Woodbridge Company Limited, the controlling shareholder of Thomson Reuters (NYSE: TRI; TSX: TRI; LSE: TRIL; NASDAQ: TRIN), today announced that it has made a Canadian regulatory filing that would permit it to undertake transactions providing for sales of up to 15 million Thomson Reuters Corporation common shares (representing approximately 3% of its holdings of Thomson Reuters Corporation common shares) and concurrent purchases of a similar number of Thomson Reuters PLC ordinary shares.
0 product has so far attracted business from 25 UK customers, including high profile web site operators such as Reuters Plc and CNN.
In June 2009, Thomson Reuters announced a plan to unify its dual listed company (DLC) structure by exchanging each outstanding Thomson Reuters PLC ordinary share for one Thomson Reuters Corporation common share.
TORONTO, Canada, September 18 /PRNewswire/ -- The Woodbridge Company Limited, the controlling shareholder of Thomson Reuters (NYSE: TRI; TSX: TRI; LSE: TRIL; NASDAQ: TRIN), today announced that it has made a Canadian regulatory filing that would permit it to undertake transactions providing for sales of up to 10 million Thomson Reuters Corporation common shares (representing approximately 2% of its holdings of Thomson Reuters Corporation common shares) and concurrent purchases of Thomson Reuters PLC ordinary shares with the aggregate sale proceeds.
The Menlo Park, California-based company said Tuesday that it has reached an "agreement in principle" with Instinet, an electronic brokerage agency and subsidiary of Reuters Plc, that will give E*Trade customers access to after-hours trading which, until recently, was traditionally only available to large institutional investors, fund managers and broker/dealers.
Following the proposed unification, Thomson Reuters PLC shareholders will have the same economic interest in Thomson Reuters as they do under the current DLC structure.
Thomson Reuters PLC ordinary shares are listed on the London Stock Exchange under the symbol "TRIL" and its ADSs are listed on Nasdaq under the symbol "TRIN".