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London International Financial Futures and Options Exchangenoun

uk   us   ( abbreviation LIFFE) FINANCE, STOCK MARKET
a ​market for ​trading futures (= ​agreements to ​buy or ​sellshares, ​goods, etc. at a future ​date) and options (= ​rights to ​buyshares, ​currencies, etc. at a future ​date), now ​part of NYSE Euronext
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