London Stock Exchange finds broad backing for shorter trading day
LONDON (Reuters) - There is broad backing in markets for cutting trading hours in a coordinated way across European exchanges, the London Stock Exchange said on Monday.
The LSE published freedback from its public consultation on making trading hours more family-friendly to help diversify trading desks and improve mental wellbeing.
“There was also widespread consensus from respondents that any change to trading hours would ideally require a broadly aligned approach across European exchanges and other trading venues,” the LSE said in a statement.
Reporting by Huw Jones