Lahore Stock Exchange

Lahore Stock Exchange (LSE) is Pakistan's second biggest stock exchange which caters to the needs of entrepreneurs for raising capital and offers investment opportunities to the public.

In 1996 LSE was the first Exchange in Pakistan to introduce automated trading. In 2002 LSE implemented automated Trade Risk Filter (TRF) to monitor the member's trading exposure on real time basis. The Exchange has made significant investment in technology and automation to keep pace with globalization of securities trading.

In 2006 LSE Training Institute was established with the mission to provide trained human resource for the capital market in the country. The Exchange has embarked on an aggressive program and launched a series of investor education and awareness programs in Lahore and other cities.

LSE is an active member of South Asian Federation of Exchanges (SAFE) and Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges (FEAS). It has also made equity investments in Pakistan Credit Rating Agency (Pvt) Ltd. (PACRA), Central Depository Company Ltd. (CDC), National Clearing Company of Pakistan Ltd. (NCCPL), and National Commodity Exchange Ltd. (NCEL).

Lahore Stock Exchange offers information products in the fields of Trade Data, Real-time trade data feeds, End of Day Trade Data, Periodic Market Statistics, Periodic Economic Statistics, Research Reports, Sector Reports, Company Reports, and Charting/Technical Analysis.

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