Investments glossary

Dual Listing

Dual listing refers to a listing of any security on two or more different exchanges. Companies use dual listing because of its benefits, such as additional liquidity, increased access to capital and the ability for its shares to trade for longer periods if the exchanges on which its shares are listed are in different time zones outweigh the costs of a second listing. Some exchanges have a number of listing categories for companies that seek a dual listing, each with different requirements and benefits.

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