How can you buy RELX (Reed Elsevier) shares?
RELX (also known as Reed Elsevier) is a Dutch/English company that was created in 1993 from the merger between publishers Reed and Elsevier. Do you want to invest in Reed Elsevier? On this page, you can immediately see where to buy Reed Elsevier shares. You can also consult the latest stock price of Reed Elsevier here.
Where can you buy Reed Elsevier stocks?
Do you have confidence in the future of the Reed Elsevier share? Then you can invest in it by buying RELX shares! Books are being read online more and more often. Yet, many textbooks are still bought physically. If you believe in the future of a company like Reed Elsevier, you can consider buying RELX shares. At eToro you can do this completely without commissions. Use the button below to try the possibilities with a free demo:
How can you actively invest in RELX (Reed Elsevier)?
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What is the current stock price of RELX?
The Reed Elsevier share price changes every day. Below you can see the current price of the CFD share RELX. By studying the price closely you can determine what is a good time to buy or sell:
Spare parts Reed Elsevier
Elsevier is a scientific, technical, and medical publisher. Until 2002 the publisher of scientific literature was called Elsevier Science and was then renamed Elsevier. They publish about 2,000 scientific, technical, and medical journals and more than 20,000 book titles.
LexisNexis is an online publisher of, among other things, legal literature.
Reed Business is focused on the business market and publisher of various trade journals such as De Accountant, Distrifood, Misset Horeca, and Boerderij. Also, they publish weekly magazines such as Elsevier.
In 1894 Albert E. Reed founded a newsprint factory in Tovil Mill in Kent, England. This company would grow into Reed International PLC. By 1903 the company had grown into Reed NV. Through many takeovers and mergers, the company grew into a wide range of activities.
Examples of these activities were the production of paper and packaging, the production of building and decorative products, and the publishing of newspapers, books, and magazines. Later, Reed International started to focus more and more on its publication and information companies. In 1987, her last production company was divested.
By bundling the interests of several Dutch publishers and booksellers in 1880, Jacobus George Robbers laid the foundation for what was to become Elsevier NV. The name was taken from a 16th century family of booksellers and printers.
In 1993 both companies merged into Reed Elsevier NV or RELX.
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