The London Stock Exchange first allowed women on the trading floor in 1973.
- London Stock Exchange – Wikipedia
London Stock Exchange is a stock exchange located in the City of London, England. As of April …. Just as London enjoyed growth through international trade, the rest of Great … 1973 marked a year of changes for the Stock Exchange. … recommended the admittance of both women and foreign-born members on the floor.
- The first ladies of the London Stock Exchange – Total Trading
Mar 26, 2013 – After a two decade long battle, Susan Shaw became the first female to … women were allowed to join the London Stock Exchange in 1973- but …
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Mar 26, 2013 – On March 26, 1973, six female stockbrokers made history in an all-male institution after being elected into ‘the House’ following years of tireless …
- BBC ON THIS DAY | 26 | 1973: Stock Exchange admits women
Women are allowed on to the trading floor of the London Stock Exchange for the first time in the institution’s 200 year history.
- The ladies who toppled the London Stock Exchange – Telegraph
Mar 25, 2013 – Taking stock: five of the first women members of the London Stock Exchange in 1973 … Government brokers still wore top hats to visit the Bank of England, and a bell was … Eventually, in 1973, women were finally admitted.