OXFORD - Officials at both exchanges for high-growth stocks - EASDAQ and EuroNM - are both claiming that they will benefit from plans by Europe's leading stock exchanges to create a single market for Europe's most liquid securities.

The Amsterdam, Brussels, Madrid, Milan, Paris and Zurich exchanges last week signed a memorandum of understanding outlining that they are committed to joining the existing alliance between London and Frankfurt to create one single electronic trading platform for blue chip stocks with common rules and regulations.