Historic British exchange said in January it will move "within the next 12 months"
The London Metal Exchange, home to the
last open outcry trading floor in the City, has detailed plans
for its move to a new office, including a brief stopover in
The LME said in a statement on Thursday it
will move its headquarters from its current home of 22 years on
Leadenhall Street to a new purpose-built office on Finsbury
Square in three tranches starting this weekend and completing
at the end of January.
The exchange said the first group of LME
and LME Clear staff will move this weekend, the "principal LME
and LME Clear offices" will relocate from January 11 while the
famous ring and its related-facilities will move over the
weekend before February 1.
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