Definition of listed in English:

listed

Line breaks: list¦ed
Pronunciation: /ˈlɪstɪd
 
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adjective

1(Of a building in the UK) officially designated as being of architectural or historical importance and having protection from demolition or major alterations: a 15th-century Grade I listed building
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  • Not all historic structures are given listed building protection.
  • One wonders whether the Secretary of State would have shown a bit more interest were the listed building to be demolished a Georgian house or Victorian town hall rather than a twentieth century factory.
  • It contains many important buildings considered to be of special merit including Ryde House, a listed building of special architectural and historic interest.
2Relating to or denoting companies whose shares are quoted on the main market of the London Stock Exchange: listed securities
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  • The Zambian stock exchange has 11 listed companies with a market capitalisation of US $231 million.
  • The equity market's performance was high largely on account of share gains in four of the listed companies on the stock exchange.
  • He said the stock markets also provide listed companies with a platform to raise long term capital and that it also offered investors alternative investment.

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