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What Is The Difference Between "Quoted" And "Public" Companies In The UK?

A quoted company physically trades its stock on a Stock Exchange (e.g. London Stock Exchange or AIM).

A publicly listed company is a legal status at Companies House and can be trading without being listed on a stock exchange.  Legally, members of the public can still buy stock of a publicly listed companies but would do so via other means (e.g. a broker).

This does not apply in the US and quoted and publicly listed company means that they trade on a stock exchange.

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