dual listing

Dual listing

Listing of a security on more than one exchange, thus increasing the competition for bid and offer prices, the liquidity of the securities, and the length of time the stock can be traded daily (if listed on both the east and west coasts.) See: Listed security.

Dual Listing

The practice of listing the same security on two or more stock exchanges. Dual listing is thought to increase liquidity and improve the bid-ask spread for stocks by providing more competition. It can also allow a stock to continue trade after one exchange has closed for the day, but another remains open. However, dual listing is not very common. It should not be confused with multiple listing, which is a term in real estate.

dual listing

The listing of a security on more than one exchange. Many stocks are traded on the New York or the American stock exchanges and on one or more of the regional exchanges. For example, the common stock of General Motors is listed on the New York Stock Exchange, but it also enjoys a large amount of activity on regional exchanges. Although dual listing theoretically should improve the liquidity of a stock thereby benefiting investors, most dual listed securities trade chiefly on one exchange.
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Following a Board meeting held on 15 August 2019 and liaison with the Toronto Stock Exchange, (TSXV) the Company will delist from the TSX to reduce cost and duplication associated with a dual listing. The final date of TSX trading will be the close of business 16 September 2019.
The increased engagement in the US is part of a strategy that may see a dual listing onto a New York exchange in the June half of 2020.
MANAMA: Dual listing of securities in the Saudi and Bahrain capital markets has got a fillip with the signing of an agreement between the two countries securities registrars.
The MoU was signed in the Saudi capital Riyadh with the aim of strengthening bilateral cooperation in the dual listing of securities between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
The memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed in the Saudi capital Riyadh with the aim to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the dual listing of securities in Saudi and UAE financial markets, reported Emirates news agency Wam.
The MoU was signed with the aim to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the dual listing of securities in Saudi and UAE financial markets.
Summary: Agreement aims to establish cooperation on dual listing of securities in the financial markets
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The Dorian Board of Directors unanimously declined the proposal on June 15, 2018 citing "Dorian's younger, more fuel-efficient ships; its superior commercial performance; its stronger balance sheet; and lack of shareholder benefit from the dual listing that BW LPG proposed." The company added: "The board of directors of Dorian will review BW LPG's revised proposal in consultation with its financial and legal advisors.
The President, who was accompanied by Trade and Industry CS Adan Mohamed and Foreign Affairs CS Monica Juma said the London Stock Exchange and the Nairobi Securities Exchange have entered into an agreement for dual listing and this will increase business between Kenya and the UK.