More than 1,000 people have been arrested during the protests which started on 15 April, while more than 10,000 police officers have been deployed.
And in Britain, 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg called out United Kingdom lawmakers Tuesday for failing to act in time to avert catastrophic climate change.
"So we're here today to highlight that there are people and businesses trading in ecological destruction in that building behind us", Adam Woodhall, a 48-year-old spokesman for the group, said outside the London Stock Exchange.
The London Stock Exchange has a green index called FTSE4Good but it came under fire earlier this month for failing to remove a palm oil company, Golden-Agri Resources, after a series of corruption allegations and claims of unsustainable business practices.
A group also climbed on to a Docklands Light Railway (DLR) train at Canary Wharf and held up banners.
The latest demonstration comes as the activists prepare to remove the remaining blockades in Marble Arch and Parliament Square tomorrow, after closing the central London landmarks for nearly two weeks.
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She added: "And we're asking the government to take action to address the climate emergency".
Extinction Rebellion thanked Londoners in a statement Wednesday, saying: "We know we have disrupted your lives". We do not do this lightly.
The group also said the public should expect more action "very soon", adding there will be a "closing ceremony" at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park this evening at 5pm.
They include Alan Heath, 55, a research scientist, Jen Witts, 38, a support worker, Sian Vaughan 53, a retired head teacher, Debbie Rees, 57, a gardener and artist, Kef Shimidzu, 55, a tutor, Lucy Galvin, 53, a civil servant and Johnny Woon, 60, who is retired.
"We want the people in this building and around the world that in the financial industry to understand the impact that they are having on our futures".
The activists plan protests outside other banks including Rothschild, Nomura, Deutsche Bank, Royal Bank of Canada and Rabobank, according to a protest planning document seen by Reuters.