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    Australia Pacific Exchange

    Asia Pacific Exchange is a small stock exchange based in Australia and formerly known as the Australia Pacific Exchange. The exchange began in 1997 as an exempt market operated by Austock. (An exempt market is one the Australian government exempts from the licensing otherwise required for a financial market.) The first listing was pharmaceutical manufacturer Sigma Company. At the time it was a cooperative owned by pharmacists, and it wanted to raise capital, but an Australian Stock Exchange listing would have required the owners to give up control (under the ASX "one share, one vote" rule). Austock instead created a structure of separate investor and voting shares for them, and established an exempt market for those shares. The Austock exempt market through its life listed 22 companies and turned over about $500 million. It included initial listings for the SFE Corporation (owner of the Sydney Futures Exchange) and SPC Ardmona, before they moved to the Australian Stock Exchange. The exchange in its present form as a licensed stock exchange was established in August 2004 and commenced trading in January 2005. It retained the trading platform software used by the exempt market.
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    APTEX

    APTEX (Asia Pacific Technology Exchange) is a stock exchange located in Sydney, Australia, modelled after NASDAQ in the United States and AIM in the United Kingdom. It is a joint venture of NSX, the owner and operator of the National Stock Exchange of Australia, and not-for-profit organisation Enterprise Pacific. The exchange is to open for trading in late 2008.
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    Swaziland Stock Exchange

    The Swaziland Stock Market is a small but thriving stock exchange. The share market was established in July 1990 by Sibusiso Dlamini, a former World Bank executive who became Swaziland's prime minister, to enable ordinary Swazis to become stakeholders in their economy. All listings are included in the sole index, the SSM Index, which is unweighted. There are a handful of listed public companies, as well as some listed government stock options, listed debentures, government guaranteed stock and non trading mutual funds. Exchange Control approval is required for foreigners wishing to invest on the stock market. Stockbrokers on the Exchange are licensed by the Central Bank of Swaziland and there is no regulation regarding the foreign ownership of brokerage firms.
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    Abuja Stock Exchange

    Abuja Stock Exchange (ASE) was set up in 2000 and went live in 2001. It was the first exchange in Nigeria to provide electronic trading, clearing and Settlement for both the primary market as well as secondary markets. It was set up to trade in equities, unlisted stocks and plain vanilla bonds. Soon after its launch a government notification forced it to close its operations. This was orchestrated by the more powerful Nigerian Stock Exchange which lobbied with the government to maintain its monopoly over the Nigerian stock markets. The reasoning for the notification was that there was no need for a second stock exchange in the country. However, efforts are currently on to convert the existing infrastructure in to a multicommodity exchange commodities exchange.
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    Cochin Stock Exchange

    The Cochin Stock Exchange Limited (CSE) is a capital stock market in Kochi, Kerala in India. Incorporated in 1978, it has now over 350 Indian companies listed. CSBL a wholly owned subsidiary of CSE is a member of NSE and BSE. Computerized trading was introduced in 1997.The major back office system software used are NESS and BOSS respectively for NSE and BSE. The trading software used in CSBL is Multex. Traders are provided Meta Stock and ERS software, trading terminals and optical fiber connections. DP holdings are maintained by demat services like CDSL. The new millennium saw the stock exchange building being shifted from the old structure in downtown Cochin to a brand new building in the Kaloor area in northern Kochi. Trading hours historically used to begin late in the afternoon enabling access to traders from other regions of the state. Base Minimum Capital required to be maintained is Rs. 2 lakhs. The securities scam of the early nineties led the SEBI regulations on stock exchanges requires separation of ownership and trading rights and made it mandatory for majority ownership rests with the public, those without any trading rights. Cochin Stock Brokers Limited (CSBL) a
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    Inter-connected Stock Exchange of India

    Inter-connected Stock Exchange Ltd. (ISE) started its operation in 1998 in Vashi, Mumbai. It is a national-level stock exchange, providing trading, clearing, settlement, risk management and surveillance support to its trading members. It has 841 trading members, who are located in 18 cities. These intermediaries are administratively supported through the regional offices at Delhi, Kolkata, Patna, Ahmedabad, Coimbatore and Nagpur, besides Mumbai. The ISE is promoted by 12 regional stock exchanges namely at Bangalore, Bhubaneshwar, Chennai, Cochin, Coimbatore, Guwahati, Indore, Jaipur, Kanpur, Mangalore, Magadh and Vadodara. The participating exchanges of ISE have 4,500 members and listed securities. It is a stock exchange of stock exchanges, members of the stock exchanges being traders on the ISE. Establishment of National Stock Exchange of India Ltd., (NSE) in 1994 with an all-India spread and expansion of operations of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) throughout the country, both of which have their trader work stations at over 400 centres in the country today, have led to the virtual extinction of all the 19 Regional Stock Exchange (RSEs) spread across the length and breadth of the
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    FUTOP

    FUTOP Clearing Center A/S, is the screen-traded, Danish derivatives market that merged with the Copenhagen Stock Exchange in 1997, becoming a wholly owned subsidiary of the exchange. In 2003 CSE merged with the OMX exchanges. FUTOP issues, clears, and guarantees futures and options on shares, indices, and interest rate products. FUTOP products can be traded electronically. Danmarks Nationalbank handles accounts in connection with the administration of margin requirements for trades. Net positions are calculated once a day, after which amounts are exchanged via the participants' accounts with Danmarks Nationalbank. FUTOP has outsourced most of its clearing services to Stockholmsbörsen (part of OM), but not the trade guarantee. Because market participants considered risk management at FUTOP to be so closely related to the provision of trade guarantees, risk management responsibilities were retained by FUTOP along with the trade guarantee.
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    Stock Exchange of Singapore

    The Stock Exchange of Singapore (SES) was a stock exchange company in Singapore. It was formed in 1973, when the termination of currency interchangeability between Malaysia and Singapore, caused the Stock Exchange of Malaysia and Singapore (SEMS) to separate into the SES and Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange Bhd (KLSEB). It merged with the Singapore International Monetary Exchange (SIMEX) on 1 December 1999, to form the Singapore Exchange (SGX).
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    Alberta Stock Exchange

    The Alberta Stock Exchange (ASE) was a stock exchange based in Calgary, Alberta. It featured mostly mining, resource exploration, and oil sands stocks. On November 29, 1999 the ASE was merged into the Canadian Venture Exchange (CDNX), along with the Vancouver Stock Exchange (VSE) and the minor-cap stocks from the Bourse de Montréal (MSE). The corporate headquarters of the new CDNX remained in Calgary.
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    Pink OTC Markets

    • Companies traded: Pink OTC Markets:MDPWK
    Pink OTC Markets Inc. (Pink Sheets: PINK) is a privately owned company based in New York City that provides a suite of products and services for the U.S. over-the-counter (OTC) securities market. The company operates electronic quotations, trading, messaging, and information platforms (including Pink Quote, an electronic quotation service formerly referred to as the Pink Sheets) used by participants in the OTC securities market. According to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Pink OTC Markets is not a stock exchange in and of itself, like the NYSE. The company simply facilitates the exchange of securities between qualified independent brokers. Pink OTC Markets Inc. was first established in 1913 as The National Quotation Bureau (NQB). For decades, the NQB reported quotations for both stocks and bonds, publishing the quotations in the paper-based Pink Sheets and Yellow Sheets respectively. The publications got their names from the color of paper they were printed on, and they became integral tools for both OTC dealers and investors. In 1997, the NQB came under a new management team that was dedicated to using technology to improve services offered to customers. In September
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    Colombo Stock Exchange

    The Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) is the main stock exchange in Sri Lanka. It is one of the most modern exchanges in South Asia, providing a fully automated trading platform. The vision of the CSE is to contribute to the wealth of the nation by creating value through securities. The headquarters of the CSE have been located at the World Trade Center Towers in Colombo since 1995 and it also has branches across the country in Kandy, Matara, Kurunegala, Jaffna and Negombo. As of 8th June 2012, the Colombo Stock Exchange had 283 listed companies with a combined market capitalization over 13.5 billion US dollars. Share shirad trading in Sri Lanka dates back to 1896 when the Colombo Brokers Association commenced the share trading in limited liability companies which were involved in opening plantations in Sri Lanka. The establishment of a formal stock exchange took place in 1985 with the incorporation of the Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE), which took over the Stock Market from the Colombo Share Brokers Association. It currently has a membership of 15 institutions, all of which are licensed to operate as stockbrokers. As of 17th January 2012, 275 companies are listed on the CSE,
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    Dar-es-Salaam Stock Exchange

    Dar-es-Salaam Stock Exchange

    The Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange is a stock exchange located in Dar es Salaam, the largest city in Tanzania. It was incorporated in September 1996 and trading started in April 1998; it is a member of the African Stock Exchanges Association. The exchange is open five days a week, from Monday through Friday. The trading days are weekly from Monday to Friday, starting from 10.00 am to 12.00 noon. The activities of the exchange are monitored and supervised by the Capital Markets and Securities Authority (CMSA). The DSE operates in close association with the Nairobi Securities Exchange in Kenya and the Uganda Securities Exchange in Uganda. Plans are underway to integrate the three to form a single East African bourse. As of September 2010 there are fifteen listed companies, five corporate bonds and eight government bonds. The table below summarises the current market listings:
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    Madhya Pradesh Stock Exchange

    Madhya Pradesh Stock Exchange (MPSE) is located at Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India. MPSEL was originally set up as an association in 1919, with around 150 broking members. It was granted permanent recognition under the provisions of the Securities Contract (Regulation) Act, 1956 (“SCRA”), by the Government of India in 1988. MPSEL currently has 185 broker members, including some of the leading brokering houses in India. Around 343 companies, including some of the leading corporates of the country are listed on MPSEL.
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    Montenegro Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Montenegro Stock Exchange:MARB
    The Montenegro Stock Exchange (MNSE) (Montenegrin: Montenegroberza, a.d.) is a stock exchange located in Podgorica, Montenegro. It is Montenegro's only stock exchange. The MNSE was founded 1993, and is a member of the World Federation of Exchanges, Federation of European Securities Exchanges and Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges. As of 10 January 2011 it fully incorporated NEX Stock Exchange, also in Podgorica, forming a single Montenegrin capital market. Trading on the MNSE consists of short and long term securities, six investment funds, bonds, and shares from government funds portfolios. The MONEX20 nad MONEXPIF are the principal stock indecis of the Montenegro Stock Exchange. The Montenegro Stock Exchange was founded in 1993 by NLB Montenegrobanka, Pljevaljska banka, Beranska banka, Hipotekarna banka, Podgorička banka, Jugobanka, Nikšićka banka, Lovćen osiguranje and Agroosiguranje. On 5 January 2010, Atlas corporation became the majority shareholder of the Montenegro Stock Exchange. In January 2010, stockholders in NEX approved a merger with the Montenegro Stock Exchange, initially expected to take place within two to three months. However, the two were technically
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    Trading room

    Trading room

    A trading room gathers traders operating on financial markets. The trading room is also often called the front office. The terms "dealing room" and "trading floor" are also used, the latter being inspired from that of a open outcry stock exchange. As open outcry is gradually replaced by electronic trading, the trading room gets the only living place that is emblematic of the financial market. It is also the likeliest place within the financial institution where the most recent technologies are implemented before being disseminated in its other businesses. Before the sixties or seventies, the banks' capital market businesses were mostly split into many departments, sometimes scattered at several sites, as market segments: money market (domestic and currencies), foreign exchange, long-term financing, exchange, bond market. By gathering these teams to a single site, banks want to ease: Trading rooms first appeared among United States bulge bracket brokers, such as Morgan Stanley, from 1971, with the creation of NASDAQ, which requires an equity trading desk on their premises, and the growth of the secondary market of federal debt products, which requires a bond trading desk. The spread
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    Nepal Stock Exchange

    The Nepal Stock Exchange Limited popularly called NEPSE is the only Stock Exchange of Nepal. It is located in SinghaDurbar Plaza, Kathmandu Nepal. On November 19, 2011 the equity market capitalization of the companies listed on NESPE was approximately US$ 3674.64 million. The basic objective of NEPSE is to impart free marketability and liquidity to the government and corporate securities by facilitating transactions in its trading floor through member, market intermediaries, such as broker, market makers etc. NEPSE opened its trading floor on 13 January 1994. As of November 2010, the number of listed companies are 266, which includes Commercial Banks, Hydro Power Companies, Insurance Companies and Finance Companies among others. The NEPSE Index is primary all equity market index of NEPSE. It is regulated by the Securities Board of Nepal. The history of securities market began with the floatation of shares by Biratnagar Jute Mills Ltd. and Nepal Bank Ltd. in 1937. Introduction of the Company Act in 1964, the first issuance of Government Bond in 1964 and the establishment of Securities Exchange Center Ltd. in 1976 were other significant development relating to capital
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    ASX

    • Companies traded: ASX:ADB
    The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) is Australia's primary securities exchange. It was created by the merger of the Australian Stock Exchange and the Sydney Futures Exchange in July 2006. Today, ASX has an average daily turnover of $4.685 billion and a market capitalisation of around AU$1.2 trillion, making it one of the world's top-10 listed exchange groups, comparable to the New York Stock Exchange, London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Bourse. ASX Group is a market operator, clearing house and payments system facilitator. It also oversees compliance with its operating rules, promotes standards of corporate governance among Australia's listed companies and helps to educate retail investors. In addition to its role as a market operator, ASX subsidiaries include: The Australian Securities and Investments Commission Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has responsibility for the supervision of real-time trading on Australia's domestic licensed financial markets and the supervision of the conduct by participants (including the relationship between participants and their clients) on those markets. ASIC also supervises ASX's own compliance as a public company with
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    Bats Exchange, Inc

    BATS Global Markets is a stock exchange based in Lenexa, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City. BATS was founded in June 2005 as an Electronic Communication Network (ECN) and its name stands for Better Alternative Trading System. In the United States BATS operates two stock exchanges in the U.S., the BZX Exchange and the BYX Exchange (The BATS Exchanges), which currently account for about 10-12% of all U.S. equity trading on a daily basis. BZX and BYX are different chiefly because of their pricing structure and the BZX is almost 4X bigger than than the BYX. BATS is the third largest stock exchange operator in the United States. In November 2008, BATS converted its ECN to a national securities exchange, BZX, which allowed BATS to participate in and earn market data fees from the U.S. consolidated tape plans, reduce its clearing costs and operate a primary listings business. In February 2010, BATS expanded into a new asset class by offering trading of listed equity options on BZX. In October 2010, BATS launched BYX, a second national securities exchange for trading listed cash equity securities. BATS launched a primary listings business in the U.S. on its BZX Exchange in December 2010 and
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    New York Board of Trade

    New York Board of Trade

    • Companies traded: New York Board of Trade:CY
    The New York Board of Trade (NYBOT), renamed ICE Futures US in September 2007, is a wholly owned subsidiary of IntercontinentalExchange (ICE). It is a physical commodity futures exchange located in New York City. It originated in 1870 as the New York Cotton Exchange (NYCE). In 1998, the New York Board of Trade became the parent company of both the New York Cotton Exchange and the Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange (CSCE) (founded in 1882) and that now function as divisions of the NYBOT. On September 14, 2006, NYBOT agreed to become a unit of ICE and this transaction was completed on January 12, 2007. The New York Board of Trade was a private company founded by Tom Green and Alfredo Williams prior to its merger. The floor of the NYBOT is regulated by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, an independent agency of the United States government. Each individual company that trades on the exchange must send its own independent brokers. Therefore, a few employees on the floor of the exchange represent a big corporation and the exchange employees only record the transactions and have nothing to do with the actual trade. On February 26, 2003, NYBOT signed a historic lease agreement with
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    Casablanca Stock Exchange

    The Casablanca Stock Exchange (French: La Bourse de Casablanca) is a stock exchange in Casablanca, Morocco. The Casablanca Stock Exchange (CSE), which achieves one of the best performances in the region of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), is Africa's third largest Bourse after Johannesburg Stock Exchange (South Africa) and Nigerian Stock Exchange in Lagos. Africa . It was established in 1929 and currently has 16 members and 77 listed securities with a total market capitalisation of $66,3 billion as of December 27, 2008. The exchange is relatively modern, having experienced reform in 1993. The CSE installed an electronic trading system, and is now organized as two markets: the Central Market and a Block Trade Market, for block trades. In 1997 the CSE opened a central scrip depository, Maroclear. Originally, CSE had the Index de la Bourse des Valeurs de Casablanca (IGB) as an index. IGB was replaced on January 2002 by two indexes: MASI (Moroccan All Shares Index), comprises all listed shares, allows to follow up all listed values and to have a long-term visibility. MADEX (Moroccan Most Active Shares Index), comprises most active shares listed continuously with variations
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    Bolsa de Comercio de Bahía Blanca

    Bolsa de Comercio de Bahía Blanca

    Bolsa de Comercio de Bahía Blanca (Chamber of Commerce of Bahía Blanca) is the local stock exchange and chamber of commerce of the City of Bahía Blanca, Argentina. It was founded on June 21, 1979. Its main see is located on Avda Colon 2, Bahía Blanca. Its representative office is located on 25 de Mayo 267, 4º Piso, City of Buenos Aires. Acting as a private local stock exchange its main aim and objectives are intended to act on behalf of local customers regarding investments, stocks, shares and all related financial activities authorized by law and regulated by Banco Central de la República Argentina. Important additional related activities are providing financial, economical education, and reliable independent information -based on research- for which they support institutions such as CREEBBA, being one of the local referents and main consultants as far as non biased publications on financial activities are concerned, which helps the economical growth of the city and region, resulting in a clear benefit for the Administration (more enterprises and individuals contributing with taxes), enterprises (accurate information based on which the decision-making processes are facilitated)
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    Euronext

    • Companies traded: Euronext:AGF
    Euronext N.V. is a European electronic stock exchange based in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and with subsidiaries in Belgium, France, Netherlands, Portugal and the United Kingdom. In addition to equities and derivatives markets, the Euronext group provides clearing and information services. As of December 2010, markets run by Euronext had a market capitalization of US$2.93 trillion, making it the 5th largest exchange in the world. Euronext merged with NYSE Group, Inc. on April 4, 2007 to form NYSE Euronext (Euronext: NYX), the "first global stock exchange". Euronext was formed on 22 September 2000 following a merger of the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, Brussels Stock Exchange, and Paris Bourse, in order to take advantage of the harmonization of the European Union financial markets. In December 2001, Euronext acquired the shares of the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE), which continues to operate under its own governance. Beginning in early 2003, all derivatives products traded on its affiliated exchanges trade on LIFFECONNECT, LIFFE's electronic trading platform. In 2002 the group merged with the Portuguese stock exchange Bolsa de Valores de Lisboa e Porto
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    Electronic Securities Information System

    The Electronic Securities Information System (ESIS) was Saudi Arabia's stock exchange until it was replaced by Tadawul in 2001. ESIS was introduced in 1990 and administered by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA).
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    Riga Stock Exchange

    Riga Stock Exchange

    • Primary Regions: Latvia
    The Riga Stock Exchange now "NASDAQ OMX Riga" is the sole stock exchange operating in Riga, Latvia. It is owned by NASDAQ OMX, which also operates exchanges in the USA, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Armenia, Lithuania, and Estonia. The exchange has a pre-market session from 08:30am to 10:00am, a normal trading session from 10:00am to 04:00pm, and a post-market session from 04:00pm to 04:30pm.
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    Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange

    Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) (formerly Abu Dhabi Securities Market) [ADSM] (Arabic: سوق أبوظبي للأوراق ألمالية) is a stock exchange in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE). It was established on 15 November 2000 to trade shares of UAE companies. There are trading locations in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Fujeirah, Sharjah, and Ras Al Khaimah. The Dubai Financial Market (DFM) is a different exchange that trades shares of other public UAE companies but investors can also trade ADSM shares with some of the brokers based at DFM. The ADSM has more companies listed than DFM but trading volume is usually much less. During 2004-2005 there was a substantial increase in share prices and trading activity. From the end of 2005 through until mid-2006 there was a significant downturn with the overall ADSM index dropping just over 30% in the first six months of 2006. List provided by Emirates Securities & Commodities Authority (SCA), including 67 companies in 4 sectors, whereas Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange provides more sectors.
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    National Stock Exchange

    • Primary Regions: United States of America
    The National Stock Exchange (NSX) is an electronic stock exchange located in Chicago, Illinois. It was founded March 1885 in Cincinnati, Ohio, as the Cincinnati Stock Exchange. In 1976, it closed its physical trading floor and became an all-electronic stock market. The Cincinnati Stock Exchange moved its headquarters to Chicago in 1995, and changed its name to the National Stock Exchange - NSX - on November 7, 2003. Owned by its members since inception, it demutualized in 2006. Prior to demutualization it was associated with the Chicago Board Options Exchange. It later moved its headquarters to Jersey City, New Jersey. Two previous exchanges, both located in New York City, operated as the National Stock Exchange. The first exchange operated for seven months to September 1869. The other, owned by the New York Mercantile Exchange, traded from about 1962 to 1974.
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    Unlisted Securities Market

    The Unlisted Securities Market (USM), which ran from 1980 to 1996, was a stock exchange set up by the London Stock Exchange to cater for companies too small to qualify for a full listing. The USM allowed companies to be traded which did not have the full three year trading history required by the main market, or which wished to float less than 25 percent of their share capital. The USM allowed as little as 10% to be floated. The Alternative Investment Market (AIM) was set up in June 1995. The USM no longer accepted new introductions, and companies which were already quoted on the USM had twelve months to decide either to move the quotation to AIM, or to delist.
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    Belgrade Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Belgrade Stock Exchange:EPIN
    The Belgrade Stock Exchange (BELEX) (Serbian: Beogradska berza) is a stock exchange in Belgrade, Serbia. The first ideas about establishing an institution which would control the movement of the value of money appeared in Serbia in the 1830s. The Serbian Trading Association, important for the development of the entire Serbian economy, initiated the passing of the Stock Exchange Law. The national Assembly adopted the Law on 3. November 1886, and the Law was proclaimed by the then King of Serbia Milan M. Obrenović. Several years later, on 21. November 1894, in „Građanska kasina“ the Belgrade Stock Exchange held its Founding Assembly and selected the management and exchange intermediaries. The purpose of founding the Exchange was to promote, facilitate and regulate trading in various commodities, all securities allowed to be quated, cheques and coupons, coins and paper money. The first trading sessions were held in the hotel „Bosna“ on the bank of the river Sava, where exporters met and prepared contracts for food and prunes. At that time, only one trading session was held and in one room all transactions were concluded (currency, money, goods). As trading developed, two departments
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    NSE

    NSE

    • Companies traded: NSE:EDUCOMP
    • Primary Regions: India
    The National Stock Exchange (NSE) (Hindi: राष्ट्रीय शेयर बाज़ार Rashtriya Śhare Bāzaār) is stock exchange located at Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It is in the top 20 largest stock exchanges in the world by market capitalization and largest in India by daily turnover and number of trades, for both equities and derivative trading. NSE has a market capitalization of around US$1 trillion and over 1,652 listings as of July 2012. Though a number of other exchanges exist, NSE and the Bombay Stock Exchange are the two most significant stock exchanges in India, and between them are responsible for the vast majority of share transactions. The NSE's key index is the S&P CNX Nifty, known as the NSE NIFTY (National Stock Exchange Fifty), an index of fifty major stocks weighted by market capitalisation. NSE is mutually owned by a set of leading financial institutions, banks, insurance companies and other financial intermediaries in India but its ownership and management operate as separate entities. There are at least 2 foreign investors NYSE Euronext and Goldman Sachs who have taken a stake in the NSE. As of 2006, the NSE VSAT terminals, 2799 in total, cover more than 1500 cities across India.
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    PFTS Ukraine Stock Exchange

    The PFTS Stock Exchange is the larger of Ukraine's two main stock exchanges (the other being the Ukrainian Exchange). The trading occurs on working days between 11:00 and 17:00 Kiev time (GMT + 2). The PFTS index is calculated based on the results of the trading. Daily trade volume is about $30–60 million. Approximately 220 companies are listed on the PFTS, with a total market capitalization around $140 billion. For comparison, United States New York Stock Exchange capitalization is worth $25 trillion. The PFTS Stock Trading System has been in operation since 1996 and currently is the largest marketplace and self-regulatory organization in Ukraine’s stock market. Originally it was the Association of the professional participants of the Ukraine stock market «Outside of Stock Exchange Share Trade System» (Ukrainian: Позабіржова Фондова Торговельна Система, ПФТС), registered at the end of 1995. In September, 1998 the name «First Stock Trade System» (Ukrainian: Перша Фондова Торговельна Система, ПФТС, PFTS) was accepted, effectively keeping the Ukrainian abbreviation of the name PFTS unchanged. Members of the Stock Exchange accounted for over 150 companies in 2010, headquarters of most
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    Bahamas Securities Exchange

    The Bahamas International Securities Exchange (BISX) is a securities exchange in the Bahamas. It was founded in 1999 and is located in Nassau. Retrieved February 2009.
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    CATS

    CATS (Computer Assisted Trading System) is an automated exchange system developed for the Toronto Stock Exchange in 1977. CATS was one of the first technologies allowing for a full automation of the price-setting process in a stock exchange. This technology was implemented in several other stock exchanges in the 1980s. In some cases, it was used as an assistance to open-outcry, but in others it allowed for a full dismantlement of the open-outcry institution. The Paris Bourse purchased this system in the early 1980s and implemented it as CAC (Cotation Assistée en Continu). CATS handled the process of order matching and price setting through a "double auction" algorithm. It is credited for having been the first system to allow for a full automation of the price setting process in a centralized, order-driven stock market.
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    NYSE

    NYSE

    • Companies traded: NYSE:TDK
    • Primary Regions: United States of America
    The New York Stock Exchange, commonly referred to as the NYSE, is a stock exchange located at 11 Wall Street, Lower Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States. It is by far the world's largest stock exchange by market capitalization of its listed companies at US$14.242 trillion as of Dec 2011. Average daily trading value was approximately US$153 billion in 2008. The NYSE is operated by NYSE Euronext (NYSE: NYX), which was formed by the NYSE's 2007 merger with the fully electronic stock exchange Euronext. The NYSE trading floor is located at 11 Wall Street and is composed of four rooms used for the facilitation of trading. A fifth trading room, located at 30 Broad Street, was closed in February 2007. The main building, located at 18 Broad Street, between the corners of Wall Street and Exchange Place, was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1978, as was the 11 Wall Street building. The origin of the NYSE can be traced to May 17, 1792, when the Buttonwood Agreement was signed by 24 stockbrokers outside of 68 Wall Street in New York under a buttonwood tree on Wall Street. On March 8, 1817, the organization drafted a constitution and renamed itself the "New York Stock &
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    Brussels Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Brussels Stock Exchange:SKBVP
    The Brussels Stock Exchange (BSE) (French: Bourse de Bruxelles, Dutch: Beurs van Brussel) was founded in Brussels, Belgium, by Napoleonic decree in 1801. On 22 September 2000, the BSE merged with Paris Bourse, Lisbon Stock Exchange and the stock exchanges of Amsterdam, to form Euronext N.V., the first pan-European exchange for equities and derivatives, with common trading and clearing of all products, and was renamed Euronext Brussels. The most well known index on the Brussels Stock Exchange is the BEL20. It now belongs to the NYSE Euronext group, the first global stock exchange. The building that houses the Brussels Stock Exchange does not have a distinct name, though it is usually called simply the Bourse. It is located on Boulevard Anspach, and is the namesake of the Beursplein/Place de la Bourse, which is, after the Grand Place, the second most important square in Brussels. As part of the covering of the river Senne for health and aesthetic reasons in the 1860s and 1870s, a massive program of beautification of the city centre was undertaken. Architect Léon-Pierre Suys, as part of his proposal for covering of the Senne, designed a building to become the centre of the rapidly
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    Montreal Curb Market/Canadian Stock Exchange

    • Primary Regions: Canada
    The Montreal Curb Market was a stock exchange created in 1926 in Montreal, Canada for trading in stocks that were considered to be too speculative or junior to be traded on the Bourse de Montréal (Montreal Stock Exchange (MSE)). As these companies matured, trading in their shares was transferred to the Bourse. In 1953, the Montreal Curb Market changed its name to Canadian Stock Exchange. In 1974, the Canadian Stock Exchange merged with the Bourse de Montréal, under the larger exchange’s name.
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    Hyderabad Stock Exchange

    The Hyderabad Stock Exchange (HSE) was a stock exchange established in 1941 located in Hyderabad, India. The exchange was disbanded in 2007. In November 1941, some leading bankers and brokers formed the share and stock Brokers Association. In 1942, Mr. Gulab Mohammed, the Finance Minister, formed a committee for the purpose of constituting rules and regulations of the Stock Exchange. Sri Purushothamdas Thakurdas, president and founding member of the Hyderabad Stock Exchange performed the opening ceremony of the exchange on November 14, 1943 under Hyderabad Companies Act. Mr. Kamal Yar Jung Bahadur was the first president of the exchange. The HSE started functioning under Hyderabad Securities Contract Act of No. 21 of 1352 under H.E.H. Nizam’s government as a company limited by guarantee. It was the 6th Stock Exchange recognized under Securities Contract Act, after the Premier Stock Exchanges, Ahmedabad, Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, and Bangalore Stock Exchange. All deliveries were completed every Monday or the next working day. The HSE was first recognized by the Government of India on 29 September, 1958 as Securities Regulation Act was made applicable to twin cities of Hyderabad and
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    Stock Exchange of Thailand

    Stock Exchange of Thailand

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET, Thai: ตลาดหลักทรัพย์แห่งประเทศไทย) is the national stock exchange of Thailand. It is located in Bangkok. As of 31 December 2011, the Stock Exchange of Thailand had 545 listed companies with a combined market capitalization of BT฿ 8,490 billion. The indices of the stock exchange are SET Index, SET50 Index and SET100 Index. The modern Thai capital market developed in two phases. The privately owned Bangkok Stock Exchange operated from 1962 to the early 1970s. The Second National Economic and Social Development Plan (1967-1971) established the Securities Exchange of Thailand to mobilize funds to support industrialization and economic development. This was the country's first officially sanctioned, supervised and regulated orderly securities market. 1961 Thailand implemented its first five-year National Economic and Social Development Plan to support the promotion of economic growth and stability and to develop the Kingdom's standard of living. The Thai stock market began in July 1962 when a private group established an organized stock exchange as a limited partnership. The group later became a limited company and changed its name to the "Bangkok
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    Korea Exchange

    Korea Exchange

    Korea Exchange (KRX) is the sole securities exchange operator in South Korea. It is headquartered in Busan, and has an office for cash markets and market oversight in Seoul. The Korea Exchange was created through the integration of Korea Stock Exchange, Korea Futures Exchange and KOSDAQ Stock Market under the Korea Stock & Futures Exchange Act. The securities and derivatives markets of former exchanges are now business divisions of Korea Exchange: the Stock Market Division, KOSDAQ Market Division and Derivatives Market Division. As of October 2012, Korea Exchange had 1,796 listed companies with a combined market capitalization of $1.1 trillion. The exchange has normal trading sessions from 09:00 am to 03:15 pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance.
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    Kyrgyz Stock Exchange

    The Kyrgyz Stock Exchange (KSE) was founded in 1994. Until 2000 the exchange functioned in the form of a non-profit membership organization with a total membership of 16. In May 2000 the KSE was transformed into a joint stock company. In 2001 the Kazakhstan Stock Exchange became a shareholder. The administrative bodies of the KSE are: The Handbook of World Stock, Derivative & Commodity Exchanges 2006
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    Alternext

    NYSE Alternext is an equity trading market that was opened May 17, 2005 by its parent institution Euronext (now NYSE Euronext) to address an opportunity posed by small to medium sized firms that were anticipated to desire easier access to an equity market. The approach was to provide streamlined listing requirements and simplified trading rules to present a lesser load on small and mid-cap firms. The goal was to do this in a manner that also preserved good governance and transparency for investors. Euronext bills the Alternext market as a unique option in the investing world. It aims to become the reference market for small and mid-sized companies throughout the Eurozone.
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    Barbados Stock Exchange

    Barbados Stock Exchange

    The Barbados Stock Exchange or BSE is Barbados' main stock exchange. Its headquarters are in the capital-city Bridgetown. The body was establish in 1987 by the Parliament of Barbados as a statutory body under CAP. 318A, Section 44 of the Securities Exchange Act (1982). Under this original charter it was constituted as the Securities Exchange of Barbados (SEB), and remained known as such until August 2, 2001 when Parliament repealed and replaced the prior act with an updated charter under The Securities Act 2001–3 Since July 4, 2001 the BSE has operated under a fully electronic trading utilising the Order routing method. The electronic system succeeds the manual system, which comprised an open auction outcry method of trading. Although it was given effect by Parliament, the BSE functions as a not-for-profit organisation which is privately owned (by its Members). Authority is vested in a Board of Directors, which is chaired by the General Manager. The Barbados Stock Exchange is among the four major regional Caribbean stock exchanges. The other three being the exchanges of Jamaica, the Eastern Caribbean, and Trinidad and Tobago. The BSE is the third largest stock exchange in the
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    Dhaka Stock Exchange

    Dhaka Stock Exchange

    Dhaka Stock Exchange (Generally known as DSE) is the main stock exchange of Bangladesh. It is located in Motijheel at the heart of the Dhaka city. It was incorporated in 1954. Dhaka stock exchange is the first stock exchange of the country. As of 18 August 2010, the Dhaka Stock Exchange had over 750 listed companies with a combined market capitalization of $50.28 billion. First incorporated as East Pakistan Stock Exchange Association Ltd in 28 April 1954 and started formal trading in 1956. It was renamed as East Pakistan Stock Exchange Ltd in 23 June 1962. Again renamed as Dacca Stock Exchange Ltd in 13 May 1964. After the liberation war in 1971 the trading was discontinued for five years. In 1976 trading restarted in Bangladesh, on 16 September 1986 DSE was started. The formula for calculating DSE all share price index was changed according to IFC on 1 November 1993. The automated trading was initiated in 10 August 1998 and started on 1 January 2001. Central Depository System was initiated in 24 January 2004. As of November 16, 2009, the benchmark index of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) crossed 4000 points for the first time, setting another new high at 4148 points. In 2010, the
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    Saint Petersburg Stock Exchange

    The Stock Exchange Saint-Petersburg (SPBEX) is located in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The stock exchange was founded on January 31, 1991, and it is now the third most active stock exchange in Russia by volume, and the largest outside of Moscow. SPBEX is located on 26th Line near Bolshoi Prospekt on Vasilievsky Island. Open Joint-Stock Company “Saint-Petersburg Exchange” became the legal successor of the Stock exchange “Saint-Petersburg”. OJSC “Saint-Petersburg Exchange” possesses: - A license of Financial Markets Federal Agency № 078-10457-000001 of 02.08.2007 for realization of activity in the form of Stock Exchange - A license of Commodity Exchange Commission № 96 of 13.06.98 for organization of exchange trade in Russian Federation. The Stock exchange “Saint-Petersburg” was founded in accordance with requirements of the Federal Law “On Securities Market” on the basis of stock exchange department of CJSC “Exchange “Saint-Petersburg” in April 1997, having received Stock Exchange License №1 in Russia from Financial Markets Federal Agency. The first financial instruments, listed in the Stock exchange “Saint-Petersburg”, were shares of joint-stock companies, bonds, commercial banks
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    Surabaya Stock Exchange

    Surabaya Stock Exchange (SSX) or in Indonesian Bursa Efek Surabaya (BES) was officially opened on June 16, 1989 based on the Minister of Finance Decree of Indonesia No. 654/KMK.010/1989 with only thirty-six shareholders. The nature of the SSX establishment at that time was to support the Indonesian government program in the capital market field and the development of the economy in the East Region of Indonesia. On June 16, 1989 SSX started the operation. On July 22, 1995 the SSX was successfully merged with the Indonesian Parallel Stock Exchange (IPSX), leaving only two primary exchanges operating in Indonesia. On October 30, 2007; SSX was officially merged to Jakarta Stock Exchange (JSX) and becoming Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) as a single exchange operating in Indonesia, besides Jakarta Futures Exchange. SSX trade various products such as:
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    BSX

    • Companies traded: BSX:118
    The Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX), established in 1971, is currently the world’s leading fully electronic offshore securities market. The 2010 BSX 'Year End Review' report stated that the exchange's aggregate market capitalization (excluding mutual funds) stood at $USD319 billion. A breakdown of the securities listed on the BSX is given below: The exchange specializes in listing and trading of capital market instruments such as stocks, bonds, mutual fund (including hedge fund structures) and depository receipt programs. The BSX has been granted approved stock exchange status under Australia’s Foreign Investment Fund taxation rules and effective September 1, 2005 was granted designated investment exchange status by the United Kingdom’s Financial Services Authority.
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    EuroStoxx 50

    Euro Stoxx 50 is a European blue-chip stock index and includes the 50 leading shares from the Eurozone. *
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    NASDAQ

    NASDAQ

    • Companies traded: NASDAQ:IDWK
    • Primary Regions: United States of America
    The NASDAQ Stock Market, also known as simply the NASDAQ, is an American stock exchange. "NASDAQ" originally stood for "National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations". It is the second-largest stock exchange by market capitalization in the world, after the New York Stock Exchange. The exchange is owned by NASDAQ OMX Group, which also owns the OMX stock exchange network. NASDAQ was founded in 1971 by the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD), who divested themselves of it in a series of sales in 2000 and 2001. It is owned and operated by the NASDAQ OMX Group, the stock of which was listed on its own stock exchange beginning July 2, 2002, under the ticker symbol NASDAQ: NDAQ. It is regulated by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the successor to the NASD. When the NASDAQ stock exchange began trading on February 8, 1971, it was the world's first electronic stock market. At first, it was merely a computer bulletin board system and did not actually connect buyers and sellers. The NASDAQ helped lower the spread (the difference between the bid price and the ask price of the stock) but somewhat paradoxically was unpopular among brokerages
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    PLUS Markets

    PLUS Markets

    PLUS Markets Group (LSE: PMK is the 'next generation' stock exchange based in London, UK and is a market operator under MiFID Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, which operates both a regulated market and an MTF. PLUS is the holding company for PLUS Stock Exchange (PLUS-SX) and PLUS Derivatives (PLUS-DX). PLUS is a London based stock and derivatives exchange providing cash trading, listing, derivatives and technology services. On 14 May 2012 PLUS announced that it would wind down its operations and close after failing to find a buyer. On 18 May 2012 PLUS announces that it had found a buyer ICAP the interdealer broker for the PLUS Stock Exchange (PLUS-SX). PLUS Markets Group is run by Cyril Theret, formerly the business development director at PLUS. The finance director is Nemone Wynn-Evans, also a former business development director at the company. PLUS is quoted on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange. It recently posted a pre-tax loss of £8.26 million for 2009, following a pre-tax loss of £10.20 million for 2008. It also announced the results of a strategic review, outlining plans to move away from its core retail market and develop a new
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    Bolsa de Valores y Productos de Asunción

    The Bolsa de Valores y Productos de Asunción (BVPASA) is a stock exchange located in Asuncion, Paraguay. The BVPASA was founded by the Cámara Nacional de Comercio y Servicios del Paraguay (National Chamber of Commerce and Services of Paraguay) on September 28 of 1977. After a long period without market activity, in 1991 the Law N° 94/91 of Paraguayan Stock Market was approved, setting legal requirements for the engagement of market operations.
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    Commodity Exchange Bratislava

    Commodity Exchange Bratislava

    Commodity Exchange Bratislava, JSC (Slovak: Komoditná burza Bratislava, a.s. (KBB), German: Warenbörse Bratislava, AG) formerly BMKB, then BCE, now CEB is a European commodity exchange made for organising market with commodities according to adjudication of Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic. CEB is the only organizer of the commodity market in Slovakia. CEB is the first exchange that has started non-stop online trading and clearing. Primary markets on the exchange are: Commodity Exchange Bratislava runs project EUAMarket.com. Traders are allowed also to use web services to trade at the market by programming languages. CEB uses several guarantee systems, and settling company to provide additional security. Settling company provides additional security in terms of that two independent companies are required to sign the outgoing transaction. The settling company at CEB is LINNA.
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    Prague Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Prague Stock Exchange:SPTTsp
    The Prague Stock Exchange or PSE (Czech: Burza cenných papírů Praha, a.s. or BCPP) is the Czech Republic's main securities market. Although Prague's first exchange opened in 1861, the present-day PSE was established on November 24, 1992, and trading started on April 6, 1993. The Exchange is based on a membership principle that means only licenced securities traders who are Exchange members have access to the Exchange trading system. Through its members, the Exchange organizes the supply of and demand for listed securities, investment instruments, and other capital market instruments allowed by the Czech National Bank. All activities of the Exchange and its members are under the regulation and surveillance of the Czech National Bank. The security and reliability of Exchange trading is provided for by an internal legislative framework (Exchange rules) which are fully harmonised with EU standards. The settlement of trades concluded on the Exchange is ensured by the Exchange subsidiary Central Securities Depository Prague. Trading is secured by the Exchange Guarantee Fund. The Exchange offers its clients two basic trading systems: The Exchange trades (SPAD - open phase) from 09:15am to
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    Stockholm Stock Exchange

    Stockholm Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Stockholm Stock Exchange:HUSQ B
    • Primary Regions: Sweden
    The Stockholm Stock Exchange (Swedish: Stockholmsbörsen) is a stock exchange located in Stockholm, Sweden. Founded in 1863, it has become the primary securities exchange of the Nordic Countries. More than 300 companies have been listed for trading. The Stockholm Stock Exchange was acquired by OMX in 1998, and in 2003 the operations were merged with those of the Helsinki Stock Exchange. Prior to the introduction of electronic trading on 1 June 1990, all trading was conducted on the floor of the Stockholm Stock Exchange Building. Its normal trading sessions are from 09:00am to 05:30pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance.
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    Canadian Venture Exchange

    The Canadian Venture Exchange (CDNX) is now a defunct stock exchange having been acquired by the TSX Group in 2001 and renamed the TSX Venture Exchange. The Canadian Venture Exchange was created in Canada on November 29, 1999 as a result of an agreement between the Vancouver, Alberta, Toronto and Montreal exchanges to restructure the Canadian capital markets along the lines of market specialization. The CDNX was created by the merger of the Vancouver Stock Exchange (VSE) and the Alberta Stock Exchange (ASE). The focus of the CDNX was junior companies, i.e., those whose assets, business and market capitalization were too small to be listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). Often, these were resource exploration companies, but also came to include new high technology ventures. The exchange had its corporate headquarters in Calgary, Alberta, and its Operations headquarters in Vancouver, British Columbia, with additional offices in Winnipeg, Toronto, and Montreal. The Winnipeg Stock Exchange and the small-cap portion of the equities market of the Bourse de Montréal were also later merged into the CDNX.
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    Euronext Paris

    • Companies traded: Euronext Paris:AXAF
    Euronext Paris is France's securities market, formerly known as the Paris Bourse, which merged with the Amsterdam, Lisbon and Brussels exchanges in September 2000 to form Euronext NV, which is the second largest exchange in Europe behind the UK's London Stock Exchange. It now belongs to the NYSE Euronext group, the first global stock exchange. It operates the MATIF futures exchange, which trades futures and options on interest rate products and commodities, and MONEP, equity and index futures and options. All products are traded electronically on the NSC system adopted by all of the Euronext members. Transactions are cleared through LCH.Clearnet. Cash settlement is T+3. Trading hours are 9 am to 5:30 pm, Monday to Friday. The French equities market is divided into three sections. The Premier Marché, formerly called the Official List, includes large French and foreign companies, and most Bond issues. The Second Marché, lists medium-sized companies, while Nouveau Marché lists fast-growing start up companies seeking capital to finance expansion, linked to Euro.nm, the European equity growth market. A fourth market, Marché Libre, is nonregulated, administered by Euronext Paris for
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    FWB

    FWB

    • Companies traded: FWB:AMBG
    • Primary Regions: Germany
    The Frankfurt Stock Exchange (German: Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse, FWB) is the world's 12th largest stock exchange by market capitalization. Located in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is owned and operated by Deutsche Börse (FWB: DB1), which also owns the European futures exchange Eurex and the clearing company Clearstream. It is located in the district of Innenstadt and within the central business district known as the Bankenviertel. The Frankfurt Stock Exchange accounts for over 90 percent of the turnover in the German market and a very large share of the European market. In 2010, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange agreed to move to abolish floor trading and completed this transition in May 2011. Today, trading takes place exclusively via the Xetra system, with redundant floor brokers taking on the role of market-makers on the new platform. More than 14 international exchanges have adopted Xetra (including the Vienna Stock Exchange in 1999, the Irish Stock Exchange in 2000 and the Budapest Stock Exchange in 2003). Approximately 47% of the 300 market participants in Frankfurt come from abroad. As of November, 2010, companies from more than 80 countries list on
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    Prime Standard

    • Companies traded: Prime Standard:WZM
    Prime Standard is a market segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange that lists German companies which comply with international transparency standards. The requirements are higher than in General Standard which is regulated by law. This higher standard includes quarterly reporting in German and English, application of international accounting standards (IFRS/IAS or US-GAAP), publication of a financial calendar, staging of at least one analyst conference a year and ad-hoc disclosure also in English. All companies listed in DAX, MDAX, TecDAX and SDAX have to belong to Prime Standard.
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    Guyana Stock Exchange

    The Guyana Stock Exchange is the newest exchange in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) bloc of countries. Trading began June 30, 2003 and takes place weekly via word of mouth on the trading floor supported by an electronic limit order book. Several companies in Trinidad and Tobago (such as RBTT) have considered cross-listing themselves on the Guyana Stock Exchange. Trinidad Cement Limited became the first to do so early in January 2007. The Guyana Association of Securities Companies and Intermediaries Inc. (GASCI) operates the. GASCI is registered with the Guyana Securities Council. As of December 27, 2007 the market capitalisation of the local stocks stood at US$275.3M.
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    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing

    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing

    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (Chinese: 香港交易及結算所有限公司), also 香港交易所 or 港交所; abbreviated as HKEx; SEHK: 0388) is the holding company for The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (SEHK), Hong Kong Futures Exchange Limited (HKFE) and Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company Limited. With a total market capitalisation of over US$2.124 trillion as of 12 July 2007, the HKEx ranked fifth in the world at the time by market capitalisation of listed companies (see List of stock exchanges for complete rankings). As of December 31, 2010 it ranked sixth in market capitalization. The history of the securities exchange began formally in the late 19th century with the first establishment in 1891, though informal securities exchanges have been known to take place since 1861. The exchange has predominantly been the main exchange for Hong Kong despite co-existing with other exchanges at different point in time. After a series of mergers and acquisitions, HKSE remains to be the core. From 1947 to 1969 the exchange monopolised the market. HKEx was formed in 6 March 2000 by a merger of its three main constituent companies. The company itself is listed on its own exchange, the HKSE. The Hong Kong
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    Chittagong Stock Exchange

    Chittagong Stock Exchange is a stock exchange located in the port city of Chittagong in southeastern Bangladesh. It was established in 1995 as the second stock exchange of the country. The exchange is located in the Agrabad commercial area of the city. It's a very small exchange which trade volume is less than many brokerage houses in Bangladesh. Market opens at 11 am local time. Market closes at 3 pm local time. The bullish market turned bearish during 2010, with the exchange losing 1,800 points between December 2010 and January 2011. Millions of investors have been rendered bankrupt as a result of the market crash. The crash is believed to be caused artificially to benefit a handful of players at the expense of the big players.
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    LSE

    LSE

    • Companies traded: LSE:VODA
    • Primary Regions: United Kingdom
    The London Stock Exchange is a stock exchange located in the City of London in the United Kingdom. As of December 2011, the Exchange had a market capitalisation of US$3.266 trillion (short scale), making it the fourth-largest stock exchange in the world by this measurement (and the largest in Europe). The Exchange was founded in 1801 and its current premises are situated in Paternoster Square close to St Paul's Cathedral in the City of London. The Exchange is part of the London Stock Exchange Group. The Royal Exchange had been founded by Thomas Gresham on the model of the Antwerp Bourse, as a stock exchange. It was opened by Elizabeth I in 1571. During the 17th century, stockbrokers were not allowed in the Royal Exchange due to their rude manners. They had to operate from other establishments in the vicinity, notably Jonathan's Coffee-House. At that coffee house, a broker named John Casting started listing the prices of a few commodities, exchange rates and certain key provisions such as salt, coal and paper in 1698. Originally, this was not a daily list and was only published a few days of the week. This list and activity was later moved to Garraway’s coffee house. Public auctions
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    Mongolian Stock Exchange

    Mongolian Stock Exchange

    The Mongolian Stock Exchange (MSE) (Mongolian: Монголын Хөрөнгийн Бирж/Mongolyn Khöröngiin Birj), located in Ulan Bator, is Mongolia's sole stock exchange. It was established in January 1991 by the decree of the Mongolian Government to privatize state-owned assets,. MSE was the world's best-performing stock market after an increase of 121 percent in 2010. In 2011, MSE ranked the second best performing stock exchange in the world with 57.8 percent increase after Venezuela Caracas Stock Exchange, which increased by 80.8 percent. The MSE has seen rapid growth in the past five years. As recently as 2006, it was the world's smallest stock exchange by market capitalisation (at that point roughly US$83 million). That grew to US$406 million by 2008 and then quadrupled again to US$2 billion by 2011. As of March 2012, it has 332 listed companies with a combined market capitalization of 2.9 trillion MNT (US$2.3 billion). The Mongolian Stock Exchange was established in 1991 as a vehicle to implement the government's plan for privatisation of large state-owned enterprises. In an attempt to ensure an equitable distribution of assets, the Mongolian government chose to instantiate a voucher-based
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    Palestine Securities Exchange

    Palestine Securities Exchange

    The Palestine Exchange (Arabic: بورصة فلسطين‎, bursat filasteen) in Nablus, or PEX, was incorporated as a private shareholding company in early 1995, with the Palestine Development & Investment Company (PADICO) as its major investor. The PEX was fully automated upon establishment - a first amongst the Arab Stock Exchanges. The PEX became a public shareholding company in February 2010, responding to principles of transparency and good governance. The PEX operates under the supervision of the Palestinian Capital Market Authority. After the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) approved a PADICO-sponsored design and work plan in July 1995, a project team was put together by the PEX and entrusted to establish a fully electronic exchange and depository. EFA Software Services, a Canadian company, provided both the trading and settlement & clearing systems. By August 1996 the Exchange was fully operational, and on November 7 of that year the PEX signed an operating agreement with the PNA, allowing for the licensing and qualification of brokerage firms to take place. On February 18, 1997, the PEX conducted its first trading session. The PEX strives to provide an enabling environment for
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    Philadelphia Stock Exchange

    • Primary Regions: United States of America
    Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX), now known as NASDAQ OMX PHLX, is the oldest stock exchange in the United States, founded in 1790. It is now owned by NASDAQ OMX and located at 1900 Market Street, in Center City Philadelphia. Over its 200 years the exchange has had various titles and has been located in various buildings around Philadelphia. Founded in 1790 as the "Board of Brokers," it was located at the Merchants Coffee House, now known as the City Tavern, at the corner of Second and Walnut Streets. In 1831, Stephen Girard’s Bank had formed the "Philadelphia Merchant’s Exchange Company" to erect a new building to house the Board of Brokers and other groups. The Board of Brokers moved into the Merchants Exchange Building at 3rd and Dock Streets in 1834 following a fire at the coffee house. In 1875, the Board of Brokers changed its name to the Philadelphia Stock Exchange. In 1876, the exchange moved to the rear of the Girard Bank Building, formerly the First Bank of the United States. It stayed there until 1888. From 1888 to 1902, the exchange moved to the Drexel Building which was located near Fifth Street and Chestnut. Between 1902 and 1912, the exchange returned to the
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    Tehran Stock Exchange

    The Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE) (Persian: بورس اوراق بهادار تهران‎) is Iran's largest stock exchange, which first opened in 1967. The TSE is based in Tehran. As of May 2012, 339 companies with a combined market capitalization of US$104.21 billion were listed on TSE. TSE, which is a founding member of the Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges, has been one of the world's best performing stock exchanges in the years 2002 through 2011. TSE is an emerging or "frontier" market. The most important advantage that Iran's capital market has in comparison with other regional markets is that there are 37 industries directly involved in it. Industries such as the automotive, telecommunications, agriculture, petrochemical, mining, steel iron, copper, banking and insurance, financial mediation and others trade shares at the stock market, which makes it unique in the Middle East. The second advantage is that most of the state-owned firms are being privatized under the general policies of article 44 in the Iranian constitution. Under the circumstances, people are allowed to buy the shares of newly-privatized firms. Iran is among the few major economies that has maintained positive economic
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    Varaždin Stock Exchange

    The Varaždin Stock Exchange or VSE (Croatian: Varaždinska burza) was a stock exchange which operated in Varaždin, Croatia. It was established in 1993 as an OTC market, and became a stock exchange in 2002. According to January 2007 issue of Investitor, its market capitalization at the beginning of 2007 amounted to 9.8 billion euro. The VSE was merged into the Zagreb Stock Exchange in March 2007.
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    Euro.nm

    Euro.nm is a pan-European network of regulated markets dedicated to growth companies. Formed on March 1, 1996 by the European Association of European Emerging Exchanges, members of this market network include Euronext Amsterdam, Euronext Paris, Euronext Brussels, Deutsche Börse AG, and Borsa Italiana. These growth markets share harmonious admission, trading and disclosure rules, access to all Euro.nm markets through cross-membership of financial intermediaries, a common infrastructure for the dissemination of market information, trading, and delivery, and joint marketing agreements to promote companies internationally. The Nasdaq Stock Market is the model for Euro.nm.
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    NOREX

    In 1997, the Copenhagen Stock Exchange and the Stockholm Stock Exchange initiated formalized cooperation through NOREX, with the purpose of establishing a joint Nordic securities market. At the beginning of 1998, the two exchanges established a joint company, Nordic Exchanges A/S, whose primary task is to market NOREX worldwide. Norex (Norex.ca) is also the name of a Marketing, Web Development / Programming Company Established in 1999 located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
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    OMXH

    • Companies traded: OMXH:NOK
    • Primary Regions: Finland
    The Helsinki Stock Exchange (Finnish: Helsingin Pörssi, Swedish: Helsingforsbörsen) is a stock exchange located in Helsinki, Finland. Since 3 September 2003 it has been part of OMX, referred to as OMX Helsinki (OMXH). Since NASDAQ's acquisition of OMX in February 2008, the official name of the Helsinki exchange has been NASDAQ OMX Helsinki. The Helsinki Stock Exchange saw its first transaction on October 7, 1912. From then it remained a "free form" financial association until in 1984 it was converted into a cooperative owned mostly by banks, traders, other companies and associations. On April 1, 1990, trading was moved to a new digital system: HETI (Helsinki Stock Exchange Automated Trading and Information System, and in Finnish a rough backronym for "immediately"), which replaced the electro-mechanical trading board originally introduced back in 1935. HETI enabled remote traders to do transactions on equal terms with those in the trading room. The cooperative changed to a limited liability company (Helsingin Arvopaperipörssi) in the fall of 1995 and merged with several clearing and stock deposit companies and associations at the beginning of 1997. During 1997 and 1998 the Stock
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    AMEX

    AMEX

    • Companies traded: AMEX:ZFSVY
    • Primary Regions: United States of America
    NYSE MKT LLC, formerly known as the American Stock Exchange (AMEX), is an American stock exchange situated in New York City, New York. AMEX was a mutual organization, owned by its members. Until 1953, it was known as the New York Curb Exchange. On January 17, 2008, NYSE Euronext announced it would acquire the AMEX for $260 million in stock; on October 1, 2008, NYSE Euronext completed the acquisition. Before the closing of the acquisition, NYSE Euronext announced that the AMEX would be integrated with the Alternext European small-cap exchange and renamed the NYSE Alternext U.S. In March 2009, NYSE Alternext U.S. was changed to NYSE Amex Equities. On May 10, 2012, NYSE Amex Equities changed its name to NYSE MKT LLC. In the early 19th century, many new enterprises sprang up in the railroad and construction industries. The New York Exchange Board had then mandated an organization to have a minimum of 100 stocks in order to trade in their exchange. Many of these new companies could not meet such requirements to be listed on the Board. A group of non-member brokers catered to the needs of these companies as they traded their stocks outside the registered exchanges. These brokers came to
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    Jamaica Stock Exchange

    The Jamaica Stock Exchange is the principal stock exchange of Jamaica. It is known as the JSE. It was founded in 1968 in Kingston, Jamaica and its current executive chairman is Mr Roy Johnson. History The four founding members were: - Mr Willard Samms - Annett & Company Limited - Mr Raglan S Golding - Capital Market Services (Ja) Ltd - Mr Edward E Gayle - Edward Gayle & Company Ltd - Mr Anthony Lloyd - Pitfield Mckay Ross & Co Ltd. The Stock Market commenced operations On Monday 3rd February 1969 it commenced operations when Stocktrading was restricted to Broker-members who traded both as agents and as principals.
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    Kazakhstan Stock Exchange

    Kazakhstan Stock Exchange

    The Kazakhstan Stock Exchange (KASE) is the principal stock exchange in Kazakhstan. It is located in Almaty and was founded in 1993 as the Kazakh Interbank Currency Exchange. It is a part of the Almaty Financial Centre. The KASE is a universal financial market, which can be conditionally divided into four major sectors: the foreign currency market, the government securities market (including supranational securities of Kazakhstan), the market of shares and corporate bonds, the derivatives market. On November 15, 1993 Kazakhstan introduced the national currency – tenge. On the second day after this event – on November 17, 1993 – the National Bank of the Republic of Kazakhstan and twenty three leading commercial banks of Kazakhstan made the decision to found the currency exchange. The previously existed Center of Interbank Currency Transactions (the Currency Exchange) was the structural subdivision of the National Bank. The main objective set for the new exchange consisted in organization and development of the national currency market due to introduction of tenge. As the legal entity the exchange was registered on December 30, 1993 under the name Kazakhstan Interbank Currency
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    Macedonian Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Macedonian Stock Exchange:BIBK
    The Macedonian Stock Exchange (Macedonian: Македонска берза, Makedonska berza) is the principal stock exchange in the Republic of Macedonia. It is located in the capital city of Skopje and its name is abbreviated to MSE. It was established in 1995 and the first trading occurred in 1996. Stock indices at the Macedonian Stock exchange include:
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    Mangalore Stock Exchange

    The Mangalore stock exchange Limited (MGSE), is located in Mangalore, Karnataka, India. It was incorporated on 31 July 1984 as a public limited company. The Exchange was recognised by the Central Government for an initial period of 5 years on 9 September 1985 under section 4 of the Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1956 and later on the period of recognition was extended by one year, from 9 September 1990 to 8 September 1991. The last recognition was valid up to September 8, 2003. On August 31, 2004, SEBI decided to derecognize the Mangalore Stock Exchange. Chief Minister S.M. Krishna laid the foundation stone for the new building of the Mangalore Stock Exchage (MgSE) at Kulur on Sept 28, 2001. The MgSE has been granted 3 acres (12,000 m) of land by the state government.
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    Paul Teste

    Paul Teste

    Paul Marcel Teste (Lorient, 2 October 1892 — Villacoublay, 13 June 1925) was a French Navy officer aviator, notable for the first aeronaval landing of the French Navy aboard the Béarn. Teste was born to a family of naval soldiers, and entered the École Navale in 1909, aged 17. He was made a midshipman in 1911, and was promoted to enseigne de vaisseau 2e classe in 1912. Teste joined the Aviation Navale in 1917. He was shot down on the 26 May and was taken prisoner in Karlsruhe. After a first unsuccessful escape attempt, he managed to rejoin France in January 1918. At the end of the war, Teste was appointed to lead efforts to constitute a carrier-based air force, the Aviation d'Escadre ("Squadron aviation"). On 20 October 1920, Teste landed on the Béarn off Toulon. Promoted to captaine de corvette in 1923, he pioneered the French efforts to design aircraft carriers. In 1924, Teste flew an FBA 17 across France to chart waterplans usable as emergency landing spots for flying boats in distress. Teste was killed on an Amiot 120 in a training flight for an attempt at crossing the Atlantic.
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    Philippine Dealing Exchange

    The Philippine Dealing & Exchange Corp.(PDEx) is a dealing exchange for major banks in the Philippines. The primary exchange of the country for all sectors is The Philippine Stock Exchange. PDEx is licensed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as an Exchange under the provisions of the Securities Regulation Code (SRC). In this capacity, PDEx provides a centralized & efficient infrastructure for trading securities which ensures price discovery, transparency, and investor protection. In July 2006, SEC formally recognized PDEx as a Self-Regulatory Organization (SRO) in the Inter-Dealer Market and is thus vested with the responsibility of formulating the requisite market rules, undertaking surveillance and enforcing compliance in the inter-dealer market. In November 2007, the SEC expanded the SRO registration of PDEx to cover the Inter-Professional Market, and in February 2008, its SRO authority was expanded to cover its members in all markets within the PDEx Trading Systems. Trading on the PDEx platform is done through a state-of-the-art trading engine called X-Stream that was developed by NASDAQ OMX. Trading Participants are provided a front-end system (the Fixed Income
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    Bendigo Stock Exchange

    Bendigo Stock Exchange (BSX) is a small stock exchange based in Australia. The exchange targets its listing rules at small to medium sized businesses and offers lower listing fees than the Australian Stock Exchange. It lists various small companies, property trusts, and community-based businesses (such as community bank franchises of the Bendigo Bank). Trading is all-electronic, conducted by an order-matching system in strict price time order. Trading hours are from 9.00am until 2.30pm each weekday after being aligned with Newcastle Stock Exchange hours. The trading system has been merged onto the NSX NETS platform where stockbrokers can trade either market. The exchange has a long history. It was founded in the 1860s as the Sandhurst Mining Exchange (Bendigo was called Sandhurst before it became a city), to list shares in mining companies working the rich goldfields of Bendigo and surrounding areas. The 1870s were the heyday of the exchange, business was booming, and special trains brought investors from Melbourne to buy shares. In November 1871, the exchange had over 1300 listed companies, with a total capitalization around £10,000,000. The great depression of the 1930s hit the
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    CREEBBA

    Centro Regional de Estudios Económicos de Bahía Blanca, Argentina (CREEBBA) is a non-governmental, non profit, independent organization grouping a team of reputed researchers on economical and financial aspects of the city, the region and the Nation. The Chamber of Commerce of Bahía Blanca and Fundación de Investigaciones Económicas Latinoamericanas (FIEL) were their initial supporters leading their independent organization to achieve their main aim, which is providing neutral information on economy that can be useful in the decision making processes of commerce and industrial enterprises of the city and region. Self supported by subscriptions of entreprises and industries of the region, grants from The Chamber of Commerce of Bahía Blanca and -sometimes- from the Ministry of Economy of the Nation, they publish bimonthly financial reports on indexes of prices, cost of living, industrial production, macroeconomy of the Nation, Industrial Index of each month and many different other useful data for those directly or indirectly related to producing and manufacturing goods and services. They also provide free online access to archives of data on economy and finances, local and national
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    Banja Luka Stock Exchange

    Banja Luka Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Banja Luka Stock Exchange:UNFCRA
    The Banja Luka Stock Exchange or BLSE (Serbian Cyrillic: Бањалучка берза, Serbian Latin: Banjalučka berza) is a stock exchange which operates in the city of Banja Luka in the Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 15 July 1998 - The adoption of The Law on Securities provided the necessary legal framework to establish the capital market of the Republika Srpska. 4 May 2000 - The National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska appointed the first members of Republika Srpska Securities Commission. 26 February 2001 - Established Central Registry of Securities (CRHoV). 9 May 2001 - Eight banks and one company trading in securities signed the Contract that established the Banja Luka Stock Exchange. 9 August 2001 - Republika Srpska Securities Commission issued working permit to Banja Luka Stock Exchange. 29 November 2001 - The first equity from the privatisation programme was registered in the Central Registry of Securities. 5 March 2002 - Signed contract on transfer of license between the Directorate for Privatisation and the BLSE that provided BLSE with electronic trading system (BTS) developed by the Ljubljana Stock Exchange (LJSE). 14 March 2002 - The first BLSE trading session took
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    Euronext Lisbon

    Euronext Lisbon is a stock exchange in Lisbon, Portugal. It belongs to the NYSE Euronext group, the first global stock exchange. Euronext Lisbon trades equities, public and private bonds, participation bonds, warrants, corporate warrants, investment trust units, and exchange traded funds. The BVL General index is the exchanges official index, and includes all listed shares on the official market. Settlement is T+3. Derivatives include long-term interest rate futures, three month Lisbor futures, stock index futures and options on the PSI-20 Stock index, and Portuguese stock futures. Trading hours are 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (CET), Monday through Friday. The predecessor of the Bolsa de Valores de Lisboa (Lisbon Stock Exchange) was created in 1769 as the Assembleia dos Homens de Negócio in the Praça do Comércio Square, Lisbon downtown. In 1891, the Bolsa de Valores do Porto (Porto Stock Exchange) in Porto was founded. After the military coup on April 25, 1974, both the Lisbon and Porto stock exchanges were closed by the revolutionary National Salvation Junta (they would be reopened a couple of years later). The Euronext Lisbon was formed in 2002 when the shares of Bolsa de Valores de
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    Georgian Stock Exchange

    Georgian Stock Exchange

    The Georgian Stock Exchange (Georgian: საქართველოს საფონდო ბირჟა, literally "Georgian Stock Exchange Market") is the principal stock exchange in the country of Georgia. It was created by the "Joint Stock Company Georgian Stock Exchange Charter" which was registered and approved in 1999. It is located in the capital city of Tbilisi and its abbreviation in English is GeSE.
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    KSE-30 Index

    The Karachi Stock Exchange has launched the KSE-30 Index with base value of 10,000 points, formally implemented from Friday, September 1, 2006. The main feature of this index that makes it different from other indices are: At the end of 13 July, 2007, KSE-30 Index reached its highest ever level of 17,162.45. KSE 30 Index only represents the free float of shares rather than on basis of paid up capital, and difference between kse 30 index and other index is, other indices represents the total return on the market. top 30 companies participates in it.
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    MESDAQ

    MESDAQ (Malaysian Exchange of Securities Dealing and Automated Quotation) was launched on 6 October 1997 as a separate securities market, mostly for listing technology-based companies. It is part of Bursa Malaysia. The Mesdaq has now been changed to the ACE Market. Among the companies listed on MESDAQ in its early days include Viztel, Greenpacket, Jobstreet Corporation and others.
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    Nairobi Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Nairobi Stock Exchange:RVP
    The Nairobi Stock Exchange was constituted in 1954 as a voluntary association of stockbrokers in the European community registered under the Societies Act. In Kenya, dealing in shares and stocks started in the 1920s when the country was still a British colony. However, the market was not formal as there did not exist any rules and regulations to govern stock broking activities. Trading took place on a ‘gentleman's agreement.’ Standard commissions were charged with clients being obligated to honor their contractual commitments of making good delivery and settling relevant costs. At that time, stock broking was a sideline business conducted by accountants, auctioneers, estate agents and lawyers who met to exchange prices over a cup of coffee. Because these firms were engaged in other areas of specialization, the need for association did not arise. In 1951, an estate agent named of Francis Drummond established the first professional stock broking firm. He also approached the finance minister of Kenya, Sir Ernest Vasey, and impressed upon him the idea of setting up a stock exchange in East Africa. The two approached London Stock Exchange officials in July 1953 and the London officials
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    Paris Bourse

    Paris Bourse

    The Paris Bourse (or "Bourse de Paris" in French) is the historical Paris stock exchange, known as Euronext Paris from 2000 onwards. The building, known as the Palais Brongniart, is located in the Place de la Bourse, in the II arondissement, Paris. Historically, stock trading took place at several spots in Paris, including rue Quincampoix, rue Vivienne (near the Palais Royal), and the back of the Opéra Garnier (the Paris opera house). In the early 19th century, the Paris Bourse's activities found a stable location at the Palais Brongniart, or Palais de la Bourse, built to the designs of architect Alexandre-Théodore Brongniart from 1808 to 1813 and completed by Éloi Labarre from 1813 to 1826. Brogniart had spontaneously submitted his project, which was a rectangular neoclassical Roman temple with a giant Corinthian colonnade enclosing a vaulted and arcaded central chamber. His designs were greatly admired by Napoleon and won Brogniart a major public commission at the end of his career. Initially praised, the building was later attacked for academic dullness. The authorities had required Brogniart to modify his designs, and after Brogniart's death in 1813, Labarre altered them even
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    TSX Venture Exchange

    • Companies traded: TSX Venture Exchange:ZIP
    • Primary Regions: Canada
    The TSX Venture Exchange is a stock exchange in Canada. It is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta and has offices in Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal. All trading through the Exchange is done electronically, so the Exchange does not have a "trading floor". It was previously known as the Canadian Venture Exchange (CDNX), but in 2001 the TSX Group (now known as the TMX Group) purchased it and renamed it. The TMX Group also owns the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). The Toronto Stock Exchange is the senior equity market, while the TSX Venture Exchange is a public venture capital marketplace for emerging companies. As of November 2010, the TSX Venture Exchange had 2,364 listed companies with a combined market capitalization of $60,811,203,235. The Canadian Venture Exchange was created in Canada on November 29, 1999 as a result of an agreement among the Vancouver, Alberta, Toronto and Montreal exchanges to restructure the Canadian capital markets along the lines of market specialization. The CDNX was created by the merger of the Vancouver Stock Exchange (VSE) and the Alberta Stock Exchange (ASE). The focus of the CDNX was junior companies, i.e., those whose assets, business and market
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    TurkDex

    The Turkish Derivatives Exchange (Turkish: Vadeli İşlem ve Opsiyon Borsası), commonly known by its acronym, TurkDex, is a Turkish futures exchange, trading contracts based on currencies, indexes, bonds, interest rates, and commodities. Trading at the exchange commenced on 4 February 2005. The monthly volume on all contracts is around 3.5 million. As of August 2006 the exchange had 59 members.
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    Armenian Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Armenian Stock Exchange:EJWG
    NASDAQ OMX Armenia (Armenian: ՆԱՍԴԱՔ ՕԷՄԷՔՍ Արմենիա NASDAK' OEMEK'S Armenia), formerly "Armenian Stock Exchange" or "Armex", is the only stock exchange currently operating in Armenia. It is located in Yerevan, the capital city. The stock exchange began operations in 2001 as a self-regulatory organization founded by the exchange members. In November 2007, pursuant to relevant amendments in the legislation covering the local securities market, it was demutualized and became an open joint-stock company. On November 21, 2007, 100% of the stock exchange's shares were purchased by the Nordic exchange operator OMX Group that also operates seven other stock exchanges in the Nordic/Baltic region. In March 2008, after the merger of U.S. NASDAQ and Nordic OMX Group was completed, Armenian Stock Exchange, as well as the Central Depository of Armenia, became part of the world's largest exchange operator, the NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. On January 27, 2009, the Armenian Stock Exchange was officially renamed NASDAQ OMX Armenia. The state regulatory authority for the stock exchange and the Armenian securities market is the Central Bank of Armenia (CBA). Instruments currently traded on Armex include
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    KOSDAQ

    KOSDAQ (Korean Securities Dealers Automated Quotations, Korean: 코스닥) is a trading board of Korea Exchange (KRX) in South Korea established in 1996. Initially set up by Korea Financial Investment Association as an independent stock market from the Korean Stock Exchange, it was benchmarked from the American counterpart, NASDAQ. KOSDAQ is an electronic stock market, just like NASDAQ. The open hours for the market is 09:00AM to 03:00PM KST. It is now operated as SME Market Division of KRX. As per 19 February 2008, 1029 companies are listed on KOSDAQ for trading. The South Korean Government, in July 1986, passed the "Market Organization for Vitalization of Publicly Traded Assets for Small Businesses Act" in order to provide a way for small and intermediate businesses to raise capital through publicly traded shares, and to provide investors with new routes of investments. In April 1987, the Market Organization was achieved, and the first three companies were registered. In May 1996, the KOSDAQ Securities Exchange (코스닥증권시장) was established in order to vitalize, modernize and fully computerize the market. KOSDAQ went into fully service in July 1, 1996. During the 1997 Asian Financial
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    NYSE Arca

    NYSE Arca

    NYSE Arca, previously known as ArcaEx, an abbreviation of Archipelago Exchange, is a securities exchange on which both stocks and options are traded. It is owned by NYSE Euronext, which merged (as NYSE Group) with Archipelago Holdings in a reverse merger on 2006-02-27. Early reports indicate that NYSE Arca may have played an early role in the 2010 Flash Crash The NYSE Arca exchange is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. As of 1 March 2007, NYSE Arca is the second largest electronic communication network in terms of shares traded. Approximately one out of every six shares traded on the American financial markets is traded on the system. For New York Stock Exchange-listed securities or Tape A, it accounts for just over 10% of the shares traded. For NASDAQ-listed securities, NYSE Arca accounts for approximately 20% of the trading volume. For exchange-traded funds, NYSE Arca accounts for 30-40% of the traded volume. NYSE Arca's liquidity fee/rebate structure resembles that of other electronic communication networks. In late 2006, it was the first one to offer NASDAQ-style fees on New York Stock Exchange-listed securities, a move that was soon copied by NASDAQ and other electronic
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    OSE

    OSE

    • Companies traded: OSE:AAV
    The Oslo Stock Exchange (Norwegian: Oslo Børs) (OSE: OSLO) serves as the main market for trading in the shares of Norwegian companies. It opens at 9:00am and closes 5:30pm local time (CET). In additional to a wide range of domestic companies, the OSE attracts a lot of international companies within petroleum, shipping and other related areas. The exchange has pre-market sessions from 08:15am to 09:00am, normal trading sessions from 09:00am to 05:20pm and post-market sessions from 05:20pm to 05:30pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance. The Oslo Stock Exchange started life as Christiania Børs in 1819. In the beginning, there was no organized listing or stock exchange; the Børs served as a meeting place for investors auctioning ships, shares in ships, commodities, and foreign currencies. Stocks and bonds only started trading on the exchange in 1881. In 1988, the exchange introduced an electronic trading support system, and replaced the old auction model with continuous trading of listed shares throughout the day. Trading became fully electronic in 1999 and the trading floor was discontinued. The OBX Index is a list of the
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    Rio de Janeiro Stock Exchange

    Rio de Janeiro Stock Exchange

    The Rio de Janeiro Stock Exchange (Bolsa de Valores do Rio de Janeiro, or BVRJ) is Brazil's second largest exchange after the Bovespa stock exchange in São Paulo, and the oldest of Brazilian stock exchanges in activity. It's inauguration occurred in July 14, 1820, 3 years after the 1st Brazilian stock exchange inaugurated, the today inactive Salvador Exchange; and before the Brazilian Independence process began. It was from its beginning through the early 1970s, the most important Brazilian Exchange. Following the 1971 markets crash's effects it slowly lost ground to São Paulo's Bovespa . After a national stock markets crash in 1989, BVRJ lost the rank of main stock exchange in Latin America to São Paulo's Exchange. Since, BVRJ has been trading in government bonds and currencies on the electronic Sisbex system, with the trading hours being from 10 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. It was sold on April 11, 2002 to BM&F.
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    Stock Exchange of Rio

    The Stock Exchange of Rio (Bolsa do Rio) is a Bovespa Stock Building in Rio de Janeiro. The Stock Exchange of Rio is the largest Bovespa building of world. The Stock of Rio manage the shares of Rio de Janeiro, Espírito Santo, Minas Gerais, Goias and Brasilia. And some shares of Sao Paulo and Bahia.
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    Beirut Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Beirut Stock Exchange:SOLA
    The Beirut Stock Exchange (or BSE) is the principal stock exchange of Lebanon. Located in Beirut, it is a public institution run by a committee including a Chairman, a Vice-Chairman and eight members appointed via a decree issued by the Council of Ministers, in accordance with a proposal by the Minister of Finance. All BSE members are Lebanese Joint stock companies (SAL) with a capital above 500,000 Lebanese Pounds and registered at the secretariat of the Commercial Register in. Members include holding companies and offshore companies. The BSE authorizes Brokerage firms the operation and trade in securities listed on the BSE according to the Bourse trading system and also lists the issuing companies (called "Listed companies") that have any of their stocks or other financial instruments listed. Beirut Stock Exchange, the second oldest market in the region, was established in 1920 by a decree of the French commissioner. Trading at that time was concentrated on gold and currency transactions, however in the 1930s there was an inflow of French, Syrian and local Lebanese investment which made it possible for the BSE to flourish, especially with the establishment of mixed
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    KSE

    • Companies traded: KSE:001230
    Korea Stock Exchange was South Korea's exchange, established in 1956. It is now the Stock Market Division of Korea Exchange. ..
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    Zimbabwe Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Zimbabwe Stock Exchange:DZLH
    The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange, or ZSE, is the official stock exchange of Zimbabwe. It has been open to foreign investment since 1993. The exchange has about a dozen members and over 65 listed securities. There are two indices, the Zimbabwe Industrial Index and the Zimbabwe Mining Index. The first stock exchange in Zimbabwe opened its doors shortly after the arrival of the Pioneer Column in Bulawayo in 1896. However, it only operated for about six years. Other stock exchanges were established in Gwelo (Gweru) and Umtali (Mutare). The Mutare Exchange, also opened in 1896, thrived on the success of local mining, but with the realisation that deposits in the area were not extensive, activity declined and it closed in 1924. After World War II a new exchange was founded in Bulawayo by Alfred Mulock Bentley and dealing started in January 1946. A second floor was opened in Salisbury (Harare) in December 1951 and trading between the two centres took place by telephone. Traders continued working by telephone until it was decided that legislation should be enacted to govern the rights and obligations of the members of the exchange and the general investing public. The Rhodesia Stock Exchange
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    Börse München

    Börse München

    The Börse München is a stock exchange based in Munich, Germany. Founded in 1830, it currently lists over 6300 securities. The Börse München was officially founded in 1869, but its origins go back to the 1830s, when traders from Munich started meeting regularly to trade securities. It was closed during World War I, but reopened in 1918. In 1935 it merged with the stock exchange of Augsburg to form the Bayerische Börse. Finally in 2003 the name reverted to Börse München, to follow the convention to name stock exchanges after the city they are based in. It was moved from a palatial building at Lenbachplatz to Karolinenplatz at Brienner Straße.
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    Cairo & Alexandria Stock Exchange

    Egypt's Stock Exchange, now Egyptian Exchange (EGX), comprises two exchanges, Cairo and Alexandria, both governed by the same board of directors and sharing the same trading, clearing and settlement systems. The Egyptian Exchange was formerly known as the Cairo and Alexandria Stock Exchange (CASE). In 2009, the CASE 30 Index (made up of the 30 largest companies being traded) changed its name to the EGX 30 Index. In 2011 the EGX 20 Index, composed of the twenty most active and liquid stocks on the Egyptian Exchange, was launched. The Alexandria Stock Exchange was officially established in 1883, with Cairo following in 1903. Both exchanges were very active in the 1940s, and the combined Egyptian Stock Exchange ranked fifth in the world. The central planning and socialist policies adopted in the mid-1950s led to the exchange becoming dormant between 1961 and 1992. In the 1990s, the Egyptian government's restructuring and economic reform programme resulted in the revival of the Egyptian stock market, and a major change in the organisation of the Cairo and Alexandria stock exchanges took place in January 1997 with the election of a new board of directors and the establishment of a
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    Cayman Islands Stock Exchange

    The Cayman Islands Stock Exchange (CSX) is a stock exchange based in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. It started operations in July 1997 and is fully owned by the Cayman Islands government. The CSX was recognized by the London Stock Exchange as an approved organization in July 1999. Over 1,000 stocks, eurobonds, warrants and global depositary receipts are listed on the CSX. The Chairman of CSX is Anthony Travers, a former Senior Partner at the law firm Maples and Calder. The stock exchange is located at Elizabethan Square in downtown George Town. The exchange uses a fully electronic trading platform that was developed under a partnership with Bloomberg L.P. The CSX was originally set up to provide a listing facility for the specialist products of the Cayman Islands – mutual funds and specialist debt securities. The CSX’s capabilities now extend to sophisticated vehicles and structures including the listing of derivative warrants, depositary receipts, Eurobonds, preferred shares and international equity. The CSX currently has more than 1,400 listings and a market capitalisation of more than $123 billion. Other key facts and recognitions for the CSX include:
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    Dubai Financial Market

    • Companies traded: Dubai Financial Market:NRE
    The Dubai Financial Market (Arabic: سوق دبي المالي‎) is a stock exchange located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It was founded on March 26, 2000. There are about 61 companies listed (as of May 2012) on DFM, most of them are UAE-based companies and a few dual listings for companies based in other MENA region countries. Foreign companies are from the following countries: Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, and Sudan. Many companies allow foreigners to own their shares. During 2004 and 2005, there were significant increases in the volume of shares traded and the share prices of many companies. However, towards the end of 2005 and through the first few months of 2006 the bubble burst and share values dropped by around 60% on DFM, along with similar decreases in most other Persian Gulf stock markets. DFM is one of three stock exchanges in the UAE. Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) also lists mostly UAE companies and NASDAQ Dubai was set up to trade international stocks. DFM and ADX are both governed and regulated by the Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA). SCA has the authority to impose laws and standards in which DFM and ADX have to comply with. SCA’s role is to ensure that the laws are
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    Shanghai Stock Exchange

    Shanghai Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Shanghai Stock Exchange:600520
    The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) (simplified Chinese: 上海证券交易所; traditional Chinese: 上海證券交易所; pinyin: Shànghǎi Zhèngquàn Jiāoyìsuǒ), abbreviated as 上证所/上證所 or 上交所, is a stock exchange that is based in the city of Shanghai, China. It is one of the two stock exchanges operating independently in the People's Republic of China, the other is the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. Shanghai Stock Exchange is the world's 5th largest stock market by market capitalization at US$2.3 trillion as of Dec 2011. Unlike the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the Shanghai Stock Exchange is still not entirely open to foreign investors due to tight capital account controls exercised by the Chinese mainland authorities. The current exchange was re-established on November 26, 1990 and was in operation on December 19 of the same year. It is a non-profit organization directly administered by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC). The formation of the International Settlement (foreign concession areas) in Shanghai was the result of the Treaty of Nanking of 1842 (which ended the First Opium War) and subsequent agreements between the Chinese and foreign governments were crucial to the development of foreign trade
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    TYO

    • Companies traded: TYO:8665
    • Primary Regions: Japan
    The Tokyo Stock Exchange (東京証券取引所, Tōkyō Shōken Torihikijo), called Tōshō (東証) or TSE for short, is a stock exchange located in Tokyo, Japan. It is the third largest stock exchange in the world by aggregate market capitalization of its listed companies. It had 2,292 listed companies with a combined market capitalization of US$3.3 trillion as of December 2011. In July 2012 a planned merger with the Osaka Securities Exchange was approved by the Japan Fair Trade Commission. The resulting entity, the Japan Exchange Group (日本取引所グループ Nihon Torihikijo Gurūpu), will be launched on January 2013. The TSE is incorporated as a kabushiki gaisha with nine directors, four auditors and eight executive officers. Its headquarters are located at 2-1 Nihonbashi-kabutocho, Chūō, Tokyo. "Kabutocho" is the largest financial district in Japan. Its operating hours are from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m., and from 12:30 to 3:00 p.m. From April 24, 2006, the afternoon trading session started at its usual time of 12:30 p.m. Stocks listed on the TSE are separated into the First Section for large companies, the Second Section for mid-sized companies, and the Mothers (Market of the high-growth and emerging stocks) (ja:マザーズ)
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    BELFOX

    The Belgium Futures and Options Exchange. The Belgium Futures and Options Exchange was the derivatives exchange of Belgium. It was taken over by NYSE Euronext in 2003, closing in June 2003. A new exchange under the NYSE Euronext banner was opened, consilidating other Euronext exchanges in November 2007. The new exchange is called formally NYSE EURONEXT - EURONEXT BRUSSELS - DERIVATIVES. The code for the exchange is BEL20, with an ISIN BE0389555039. It is compromised of 20 stocks. The Reuters Exchange Mnemonic for Belfox is 'b'. It had an ISO MIC of XBFO. The replacement exchange has an ISO MIC of XBRD.
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    Lusaka Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Lusaka Stock Exchange:ZAMBEEF
    The Lusaka Stock Exchange (abbreviated to LuSE) is the principal stock exchange of Zambia. Founded in 1993, it is located in Lusaka. The LuSE is a member of the African Stock Exchanges Association. Background The Lusaka Stock Exchange (LuSE) was established with preparatory technical assistance from the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the World Bank in 1993. The Exchange opened on 21st February 1994. In its first two years of operations the LuSE and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) were funded by the UNDP and Government of Zambia as a project on financial and capital market development in Zambia under the multi component private sector development program. The formation of the Exchange was part of the government’s economic reform program aimed at developing the financial and capital market in order to support and enhance private sector initiative. The Lusaka Stock Exchange was also expected to attract foreign portfolio investment through recognition of Zambia and the region as an emerging capital market with potentially high investment returns. Another important role of the Exchange was to facilitate the divestiture of Government ownership in parastatals and
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    Stock Exchange of Mauritius

    The Stock Exchange of Mauritius (SEM) (French: Bourse de Maurice; Hindi: मॉरीशस के स्टॉक एक्सचेंज; Chinese: 毛里求斯聯合交易所) is an organization responsible for the operation of Mauritius's primary stock exchange located at Port Louis. The SEM operates two markets: the Official Market and the Development & Enterprise Market (DEM). There are 40 companies listed on the Official Market representing a Market Capitalization of nearly US$5.3 billion, the DEM presently has 48 companies listed with a market capitalisation of nearly US$1.5 billion as at 31 July 2012. SEM is one of the leading Exchanges in Africa and a member of the World Federation of Exchanges. The SEM's "Official Market" has three market indices: SEMDEX, SEMTRI and SEM-7. The SEM's "Development and Enterprise Market" has two indices: DEMEX and DEMTRI. The Stock Exchange Act 1988 established a small but thriving exchange which is run by the Stock Exchange of Mauritius Ltd (SEM), a private limited company. The act also established the Stock Exchange Commission (SEC), which controls and supervises stock exchange operations. Two markets operated: the Official List and the Over-The-Counter Market (for unlisted shares). There are
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    United Stock Exchange of India

    The United Stock Exchange of India (USE) is an Indian stock exchange. It is the fourth pan India exchange to be launched for trading financial instruments in India over the last 140 years. USE has received final approval from the market regulator SEBI to start currency futures trading. USE represents the commitment of ALL 21 Indian public sector banks, private banks and corporate houses to build an institution of standing. USE also has Bombay Stock Exchange as a strategic partner. Public Sector Banks that are stakeholders of USE include Allahabad Bank, Corporation Bank, Punjab National Bank, Andhra Bank, Dena Bank, State Bank of India, Bank of Baroda, IDBI Bank, Syndicate Bank, Bank of India, Indian Bank, UCO Bank, Bank of Maharashtra, Indian Overseas Bank, Union Bank of India, Canara Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, United Bank of India, Central Bank of India, Punjab and Sind Bank, Vijaya Bank. Private Sector Banks like Axis Bank, Federal Bank, J & K Bank, HDFC Bank. Corporate Institutions such as Jaypee Capital, MMTC and India Potash are also associated with United Stock Exchange. USE launched its operations on 20 Sept 2010. USE began operations in the future contracts in each of
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    Energy Exchange Austria

    Energy Exchange Austria

    Energy Exchange Austria (EXAA) is Austria's energy exchange market. EXAA is located in Vienna. It is owned partly by the Vienna Stock Exchange. Since 2005 the EXAA is a partner in the European Union Emission Trading Scheme, which enables actors to trade EU emission allowances (EUA), also referred to as CO2 certificates. Members of the executive board: Mag. Dr. Rudolf Schneider, Dipl. Ing. Jürgen Wahl Mag. Dr. Rudolf Schneider is a member of the EXAA executive board since 2006 and CISMO Clearing Integrated Services & Market Operations GmbH Senior Project Manager since 2005. Dipl. Ing. Hansjörg Tengg is the chairperson of the supervisory board. There are two vice chairpersons, Dr. Heinrich Schaller and Mag. Herbert Seidlmann. The most important shareholders of EXAA are APCS Power Clearing and Settlement AG, Wiener Börse AG (WBAG), Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG (OeKB) and smart technologies. The Austrian electricity market is liberalised since October 2001. The liberalisation was an important condition for the foundation of an Austrian electricity exchange market. In June 2005 EXAA started trading CO2 certificates. The certificates are traded in auctions. Each market participant
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    SEHK

    SEHK

    • Companies traded: SEHK:0014
    The Hong Kong Stock Exchange (SEHK) is a stock exchange located in Hong Kong. It is Asia's third largest stock exchange in terms of market capitalization behind the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Shanghai Stock Exchange, and the sixth largest in the world. As of 30 November 2011, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange had 1,477 listed companies with a combined market capitalization of HK$16.985 trillion. Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing is the holding company for the exchange. The history of the securities exchange began formally in the late 19th century with the first establishment in 1891, though informal securities exchanges are known to have been in existence since 1861. The exchange has predominantly been the main exchange for Hong Kong despite co-existing with other exchanges at different points in time. After a series of complex mergers and acquisitions, in the twenty first century, HKSE remains the core. From 1947 to 1969 the exchange monopolised the Hong Kong market. source: HK Ex The trading day consists of: The closing price is reported as the median of five price snapshots taken from 3:59 to 4:00 pm every 15 seconds. In May 2008, the exchange also implemented a closing auction
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    Xetra

    • Companies traded: Xetra:LHAG.DE
    • Primary Regions: Germany
    Xetra ("Exchange Electronic Trading") is a worldwide electronic securities trading system based in Frankfurt, Germany. It was created for the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and launched in November, 1997. It is operated by Deutsche Börse. More than 14 stock exchanges around the world have licensed the Frankfurt Stock Exchange Xetra electronic trading platform. Xetra’s electronic trading technology has an outstanding record of high scalability, speed, reliability, quality of core technology and the ease with which it can be adapted in other markets. The conception and the implementation of the Xetra System was carried out by Accenture and Deutsche Börse Systems, the technology division of Deutsche Börse. It is based on the Eurex system designed and built by Deutsche Börse Systems. The Xetra system has been successfully implemented on the Irish Stock Exchange (operating as ISE Xetra), the Vienna Stock Exchange, the Bulgarian Stock Exchange, the European Energy Exchange, the Budapest Stock Exchange, and a number of other exchanges. It will also be installed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange. In September, 2011, disagreement over "the introduction of the Xetra" system was given as the reason
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    Bolsa de Valores de Nicaragua

    Bolsa de Valores de Nicaragua (Stock Exchange of Nicaragua, or BVDN) was created in 1994 and is the only stock exchange operating in Nicaragua. The exchange is the result of private sector initiatives encouraging the country's market liberalization programmes, which began in 1990. Trading operations officially began on January 31, 1994, and as of 2006 BVDN is the only organized stock exchange existing in the country. The institution is a private joint-stock company, founded by most of the private and state run banks, and by representatives of enterprising groups from various business sectors. BVDN offers domestic investors and foreign shareholders a platform to conduct operations within the framework of an open market economy. The main characteristics of this market are the following: (1) Fixed income financial instruments in U.S. dollars and local currency indices; (2) A total exemption of income and capital gains taxes for traded securities; (3) No restrictions on foreign direct investment (FDR); (4) An effective regulatory frame. Bolsa de Valores de Nicaragua is supervised by the Superintendencia de Bancos y Otras Instituciones Financieras (Supervision of Banks and Other
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    First North

    First North is a division of OMX and an alternative stock exchange for smaller companies in the Nordic Countries. The market place Nya Marknaden in Stockholm changed name to First North in June 2006 and the First North exchange expanded to the stock exchange on Iceland in January 2007 and Helsinki in April 2007.
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    Libyan Stock Exchange

    The Libyan Exchange Stock Market (Arabic: سوق الأوراق المالية الليبي‎) officially opened in Tripoli, Libya, during March 2007. It is the first exchange of its kind in the country. The Libyan Stock Market (LSM) was established by Decision No. (134) of the General People's Committee (GPCO), on June 3, 2006, to form a joint stock company with capital of 20 million Libyan dinars, divided into 2 million shares with a nominal value of 10 LD per share. The first phase focused on introducing financial definitions and rules, the addition of several workshop courses, and a series of agreements with the Amman Stock Exchange and Cairo & Alexandria Stock Exchange and the Egyptian Company for Clearance and deposit. Listed market securities include the National Mills and Fodder Company, the United Insurance Company, Bank of deserts, and the Libyan Insurance Company, Sahari Bank, and the Hay Alandalus Domestic Bank. The volume of subscription on July 2, 2007, totalled 49539 shares, with a total value amounting to 346.773 LD. "LIBYA 18 October 2007. A cooperation agreement was signed on Monday in London between the Libyan Stock Exchange Market and London Stock Exchange." The agreement was signed by
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    Muscat Securities Market

    Muscat Securities Market

    • Companies traded: Muscat Securities Market:OHTS
    The Muscat Securities Market (MSM, Arabic: سوق مسقط للأوراق المالية ‎) is the only stock exchange in Oman. It was established by the Royal Decree (53/88) issued on 21 June 1988, to regulate and control the Omani securities market and to participate, effectively, with other organizations for setting up the infrastructure of the Sultanate's financial sector. After ten years of continuous growth, there was a need for a better functioning of the market. Thus MSM has been restructured by two Royal Decrees (80/98) and (82/98). The Royal Decree (80/98) dated November 9, 1998, which promulgated the new Capital Market Law, provides for the establishment of two separate entities, an exchange, Muscat Securities Market (MSM), where all listed securities shall be traded, and the Capital Market Authority(CMA) - the regulatory. The exchange is a governmental entity, financially and administratively independent from the regulatory but subject to its supervision. Thus the securities industry in Oman was well established to enhance investors' confidence by developing and improving all the processes appertaining to the stock market. As a continuing process in the development of the securities market,
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    Pink Quote

    • Companies traded: Pink Quote:FUJI.PK
    OTC Markets Group, Inc. (OTCQX: OTCM), headquartered in New York City, operates a financial marketplace platform providing price and liquidity information for almost 10,000 OTC securities. OTC-traded securities are organized into three marketplaces to inform investors of opportunities and risks: OTCQX, OTCQB and OTC Pink. The company was first established in 1913 as The National Quotation Bureau (NQB). For decades, the NQB reported quotations for both stocks and bonds, publishing the quotations in the paper-based Pink Sheets and Yellow Sheets respectively. The publications got their names from the color of paper they were printed on. In September 1999, the National Quotation Bureau introduced the a real-time Electronic Quotation Service. The National Quotation Bureau changed its name to Pink Sheets LLC in 2000 and subsequently to Pink OTC Markets in 2008. The company eventually changed to its current name, OTC Markets Group, in 2010. Today, a network of over 160 broker-dealers price and trade a wide spectrum of securities on the OTC Markets platform. To be quoted on the platform, companies are not required to file with the SEC, although many choose to do so. A wide range of
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    Dubai International Financial Exchange

    • Companies traded: Dubai International Financial Exchange:2236430Z
    NASDAQ Dubai (formerly called the Dubai International Financial Exchange, or DIFX), is a stock exchange opened on September, 2005, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Through the exchange, regional issuers can access regional and international investment. International issuers can access investment from the region, through a primary or dual Admission to Trading. In July 2010, NASDAQ Dubai outsourced its trading and other key operational functions for equities to Dubai Financial Market (DFM). The NASDAQ Dubai region includes the United Arab Emirates and the rest of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), the wider Middle East and North Africa, Turkey and the Indian sub-continent. The majority shareholder of NASDAQ Dubai is DFM , which acquired two thirds of the shares in May 2010 from Borse Dubai and NASDAQ OMX Group. Borse Dubai still owns one third of the shares. NASDAQ OMX is a shareholder of DFM. NASDAQ Dubai is located in the Dubai International Financial Centre, a financial free zone. The exchange is regulated by the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA). Products listed on NASDAQ Dubai include ordinary shares listed by DP World along with DEPA. DP World is the largest IPO in the
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    Ljubljana Stock Exchange

    Ljubljana Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Ljubljana Stock Exchange:MELR
    Ljubljana Stock Exchange or LJSE (Slovene: Ljubljanska borza [ʎubʎaŋska bor̩za]) is a stock exchange located in Ljubljana, Slovenia. It is Slovenia's only stock exchange. The exchange trades shares of Slovenian companies, as well as bonds and commercial bills. The only stockholder of Ljubljana Stock Exchange is CEESEG. The core business of the Ljubljana stock exchange is to ensure a secure, efficient and successful operation of the regulated segment of the Slovene capital market, in accordance with the law and other regulations. LJSE performs the following business activities: Additional activities include the services for trading members and listed companies. The existing Ljubljana Stock Exchange was established in 1989. However, brokerage in Slovenia has a much longer tradition: the first stock exchange in Ljubljana existed as early as in the period between 1924 and 1942. Unfortunately, during the Second World War the trading on the old exchange was suspended, and after the war also officially banned by a decree. Slovenians were thus left without a stock exchange for almost half a century. Then in the 1989 the Ljubljana Stock Exchange was officially established. In the year 1993
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    AIM

    • Companies traded: AIM:SAND
    • Primary Regions: United Kingdom
    AIM (formerly the Alternative Investment Market) is a sub-market of the London Stock Exchange, allowing smaller companies to float shares with a more flexible regulatory system than is applicable to the main market. AIM launched in 1995 and has raised almost £24 billion (thousand million) for more than 2,200 companies. Flexibility is provided by less regulation and no requirements for capitalisation or number of shares issued. Some companies have since moved on to join the Main Market, although in the last few years, significantly more companies transferred from the Main Market to the AIM (The AIM has significant tax advantages for investors, as well as less regulatory burden for the companies themselves). In 2005, 40 companies moved directly from the Main Market to the AIM, while only two companies moved from the AIM to the Main Market. AIM has also started to become an international exchange, often due to its low regulatory burden, especially in relation to the Sarbanes–Oxley Act (though only a quarter of AIM-listed companies would qualify to list on a U.S. stock exchange even prior to passage of the Sarbanes–Oxley Act). As of December 2005 over 270 foreign companies had been
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    Baku Stock Exchange

    Baku Stock Exchange

    The Baku Stock Exchange (BSE, Azeri: Bakı Fond Birjası - BFB) is the main stock exchange in Azerbaijan. A member of the Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges (FEAS), BSE is organized in the form of a closed joint stock company with 18 shareholders. BSE trades short-term treasury bonds, common stocks (primarily from former state-owned enterprises that have been privatized, including food and beverage, construction and banking companies), and foreign currency futures. BSE began its operations on February 15, 2000. The current head of the stock exchange is Khayal Abdinov.
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    Arizona Stock Exchange

    The Arizona Stock Exchange (AZX), an electronically enabled stock exchange for carrying out eTrading after usual stock market hours, was founded by Steve Wunsch, a former Kidder Peabody Vice President. Founded in 1990 as Wunsch Auction Systems, the headquarters of the company was based in New York. The technology trading center was originally based in Minnesota and built and run by a group of former Cray Research Supercomputer technologists that included Christopher Moran, Gray Lorig, Kerry Yndestad and Paul Sustman. In early 1992 the company was recast as AZX or the Arizona Stock Exchange and both the headquarters and technology trading center were moved to Phoenix, Arizona. Restricted to use by large institutional users only, participants could conduct screen based trades of equity and other products through either direct dial-up or internet access. The Arizona Stock Exchange was structured as a proprietary "Single Price" electronic call market. Unique to the Arizona Stock Exchange was the ability to discover the best or "single" price for a stock during the auction based upon supply and demand utilizing both an open book and reserve book of equity orders. Operating under a de
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    Bourse de Tunis

    The Bourse des Valeurs Mobilières de Tunis (BVMT) or Bourse de Tunis (Arabic: بورصة تونس‎) is a stock exchange based in Tunis, Tunisia. It was founded in 1969, and currently lists around 50 stocks. The exchange is under the control of the state-run Financial Market Council. The government has provided tax breaks to increase the number of listings, but companies have been slow in going public.
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    Capital Market Authority

    Capital Market Authority

    The Capital Market Authority (CMA) (Arabic: هيئة السوق المالية‎) is the Saudi Arabian government organization responsible for regulating the Saudi Arabian capital markets. It has financial, legal and administrative independence and reports directly to the Prime Minister. Its responsibilities include setting rules and regulations, making sure they are followed, operating a committee to settle disputes and developing the capital markets in Saudi Arabia. Its role also includes regulating the Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul). The Capital Market Authority was established by the Capital Market Law, issued by Royal Decree No. (M/30) dated 2/6/1424 H. (2 July 2003). The CMA’s functions are to regulate and develop the Saudi Arabian Capital Market. It issues the required rules and regulations for the implementation of the provisions of Capital Market Law aimed at creating an appropriate investment environment. The basic objectives are to create an appropriate investment environment, boost confidence, and reinforce transparency and disclosure standards in all listed companies, and to protect the investors and dealers from illegal acts in the market. The regulations of the Authority are as the
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    Miami Stock Exchange

    The Miami Stock Exchange, or MS4X, is a currency, futures and stock exchange located in Miami, Florida. It serves as a major currency trading market for the 27 Latin American and Caribbean Exchanges, collectively known as the "G27". Official website
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    Nigerian Stock Exchange

    Nigerian Stock Exchange

    The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) was established in 1960 as the Lagos Stock Exchange. As of September 5, 2012, it has about 200 listed companies with a total market capitalization of about N7.8 trillion ($49 billion). All listings are included in the the Nigerian Stock Exchange All Shares index. The Nigerian Stock Exchange was founded in 1960 as the Lagos Stock Exchange. It started operations in Lagos in 1961 with 19 securities listed for trading. In December 1977 it became known as The Nigerian Stock Exchange, with branches established in some of the major commercial cities of the country. There are now thirteen branches of The Nigerian Stock Exchange excluding the head office in Lagos. Each branch has an electronic trading floor. The head office in Lagos was opened in 1961; Kaduna (1978), Port Harcourt (1980), Kano (1989), Onitsha (February 1990), Ibadan (August 1990), Abuja (October 1999), Yola (April 2002), Benin (January 2005), Uyo (2007), Ilorin (2008), Abeokuta (2008), Owerri (October 2009)and Bauchi (2009). The NSE continues to evolve to meet the needs of its valued customers, and to achieve the highest level of competitiveness. With about 200 companies and 258 Securities
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    Osaka Securities Exchange

    Osaka Securities Exchange

    Osaka Securities Exchange Co., Ltd. (株式会社大阪証券取引所, Kabushiki-gaisha Ōsaka Shōken Torihikijo, OSE) is the second largest securities exchange in Japan, in terms of amount of business handled. As of 31 December 2007, the Osaka Securities Exchange had 477 listed companies with a combined market capitalization of $212 billion. The Nikkei 225 Futures, introduced at the Osaka Securities Exchange in 1988, is now an internationally recognized futures index. In contrast to the Tokyo Stock Exchange, which mainly deals in spot trading, the Osaka Securities Exchange’s strength is in derivative products today OSE is the leading Derivatives Exchange in Japan and it was the largest futures market in the world in 1990 and 1991. According to statistics from 2003, the Osaka Securities Exchange handled 59% of the stock price index futures market in Japan, and almost 100% of trading in the options market. Osaka Securities Exchange Co., which listed on its Hercules market for startups in April 2004 is the only Japanese securities exchange which went public on its own market. In July 2006 OSE launched their newest futures contract the Nikkei 225 mini which is one tenth of the size of the original Nikkei
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    South Pacific Stock Exchange

    • Primary Regions: Fiji
    The South Pacific Stock Exchange (SPSE) is a stock exchange based in Suva, Fiji. On 1st July 2010, the SPSE launched an Electronic Trading Platform (ETP). The exchange now has different market phases which allow the brokers to perform various tasks throughout a business day. With the electronic system of trading, the price time priority is still maintained but there are two sessions of normal trading hours. The first one is from 10.30am to 11.30am and the second normal session of trading happens from 2.30pm to 3.30pm. This is when the orders may be entered, amended or withdrawn and are also matched on entry. There are “Pre-Open” sessions where brokers can enter, amend or withdraw orders for their clients. The platform goes into enquiry mode after 3.30pm and is only accessible for viewing purposes. Unmatched orders at the end of the day that remain unexecuted are reloaded in the trading platform for the next day. Transactions are immediate and transparent and results of each session are reported widely to the media, regulators, members, market participants, institutional investors and other interested parties. All the trading reports are automatically generated and updates in
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    Bolsa de Madrid

    Bolsa de Madrid

    • Companies traded: Bolsa de Madrid:XUSI
    Bolsa de Madrid (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈbolsa ðe ˈmaðɾið]; Madrid Stock Exchange) is the largest and most international of Spain's four regional stock exchanges (the others are located in Barcelona, Valencia, and Bilbao) that trade shares and convertible bonds and fixed income securities, and both government and private-sector debt. Bolsa de Madrid is owned by Bolsas y Mercados Españoles. The reorganisation of Spain's financial market under the national umbrella of the Spanish Stock Market includes the bolsas, the derivatives markets, and fixed-income markets. Trading is linked through the electronic Spanish Stock Market Interconnection System (SIBE), which handles more than 90% of transactions; all fixed-income assets are traded through SIBE. The Madrid Stock Exchange General Index (IGBM) is the exchange's principal index and represents the construction, financial services, communications, consumer, capital/intermediate goods, energy, and market services sectors. The IBEX 35 Index is a capitalization-weighted index comprising the 35 most liquid Spanish stocks traded in the continuous market, and is Bolsa de Madrid's benchmark. Bolsa de Madrid also offers the FTSE-Latibex Index,
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    Bolsa de Valores de Lima

    Bolsa de Valores de Lima

    The Bolsa de Valores de Lima (BVL) is the stock exchange of Peru, situated in the capital Lima. It has several indices. The IGBVL (Indice General Bolsa de Valores) is a value-weighted index that tracks the performance of the largest and most actively traded stocks on the Lima Exchange.. Other indices are ISBVL (Indice Selectivo Bolsa de Valores) and ISP-15 (Indice Selectivo Peru-15).
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    Boston Stock Exchange

    The Boston Stock Exchange (now NASDAQ OMX BX, formerly BSE) is a regional stock exchange located in Boston, Massachusetts. The third-oldest stock exchange in the United States, it was founded in 1834. On October 2, 2007, Nasdaq agreed to acquire BSE for $61 million. The exchange's normal trading sessions are from 08:00am to 07:00pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance. The Boston Stock Exchange was founded in 1834 In 2002, the BSE co-founded with the Montreal Exchange (MX), a derivatives exchange and Interactive Brokers, a discount brokerage, the Boston Options Exchange (BOX), an automated equity options exchange. In 2007, controlling interest in the BOX was sold to MX by BSE and IB. In 2007, NASDAQ acquired the BSE.
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    Budapest Stock Exchange

    Budapest Stock Exchange

    47°30′38″N 19°04′18″E / 47.510446°N 19.071643°E / 47.510446; 19.071643 The Budapest Stock Exchange (BSE) was re-opened in 1990 with headquarters in Budapest, Hungary. BSE is the key institution of the Hungarian Financial market and the official trading venue for publicly offered securities. The exchange has pre-market sessions from 08:30am to 09:00am and normal trading sessions from 09:00am to 04:30pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance. Main indices of the Exchange: BUX, BUMIX, CETOP 20. The Budapest Stock Exchange Ltd. (BSE) aims to ensure a transparent and liquid market for its listed securities issued either in Hungary or abroad. As the key institution of the domestic financial market, the stock exchange provides various economic entities with an opportunity to raise capital in an open market and offers investors effective investment opportunities. Through the concentration of supply and demand, it is the most important institution of price discovery. The stock exchange actively participates in promoting the continuous improvement of the financial culture of domestic companies and investors. The four main
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    Rasdaq

    • Primary Regions: Romania
    RASDAQ is a former stock market in Romania, now part of the Bucharest Stock Exchange. The RASDAQ was one of two stock exchanges in Romania but merged with the Bucharest Stock Exchange on December 8, 2005. The name of the RASDAQ derived from NASDAQ, second largest stock exchange in United States, because the RASDAQ was modelled on the NASDAQ. The main index of the RASDAQ was "RASDAQ-C".
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    SWX

    SWX

    • Companies traded: SWX:UBSN
    • Primary Regions: Switzerland
    SIX Swiss Exchange (formerly SWX Swiss Exchange), based in Zurich, is Switzerland's principal stock exchange (the other being Berne eXchange). SIX Swiss Exchange also trades other securities such as Swiss government bonds and derivatives such as stock options. The main stock market index for the SIX Swiss Exchange is the SMI, the Swiss Market Index. The index consists of the 20 most significant equity-securities based on the free float market capitalisation. SIX Swiss Exchange was the first stock exchange in the world to incorporate a fully automated trading, clearing and settlement system in 1995. The exchange is controlled by an association of 55 banks. Each of these banks have equal voting rights in the matter of decision making concerning the management and regulation of the exchange. SIX Swiss Exchange is the joint owner of Eurex, the world's largest futures and derivatives exchange along with their German partners Deutsche Börse. In July 2004 however SIX Swiss Exchange rejected a merger proposal from the German company, that analysts anticipated as profitable for many small companies listed on SIX Swiss Exchange. The exchange has a blue-chip index as its principal stock
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    Caracas Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Caracas Stock Exchange:TDVd
    The Caracas Stock Exchange or Bolsa de Valores de Caracas (BVC) is a stock exchange located in Caracas, Venezuela. Originally established in 1947, BVC merged with a competitor in 1974 to become the only securities exchange operating in Venezuela. BVC is a private exchange, providing operations for the purchase and authorized sale of securities according to the Capital Marketing Laws of Venezuela. It is member of the Executive Committee of the Latin American Federation of Stock markets. At the exchange, companies emit by procedures authorized by the regulating authorities, instruments of fixed income and securities (renta fija y de renta variable) with the purpose of securing capital from public investors. BVC is also used as a location for trading in Bonds and other debt instruments. The legal structure prevailing in the Venezuelan capital market are the Securities Marketing Law (la Ley de Mercado de Capitales, enacted in 1975 and amended in 1998), Transaction Law (Ley de Caja de Valores), the Statutory Law of Public Credit (Ley Orgánica de Crédito Público), the Law of Organizations of Collective Investment and the norms dictated by the National Exchange Commission (Comisión
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    Damascus Securities Exchange

    The Damascus Securities Exchange (DSE) (Arabic: سوق دمشق للأوراق المالية‎) is a stock exchange located in Damascus, Syria. Founded in 2009, it is the only stock exchange in Syria. Its current premises are in the Barzeh district, within Syria's financial markets and securities commission. Its final home is to be the upmarket business district of Yaafur. The market was initiated by Presidential decree №55 on October 1, 2006. The Stock Exchange Act established a market for securities trading, known as the Damascus Securities Exchange. The market officially opened in February 2009, with a period of mock trading for testing purposes. The first official tradings were launched on Tuesday March 10, 2009. According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), between March 2011 when the uprising began, and May 2012, the value of the Syrian pound has fallen 45 percent and the Damascus stock exchange decreased 40 percent.
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    NEX Stock Exchange

    The New Securities Stock Exchange or NEX Stock Exchange (NEX) was a stock exchange located in Podgorica, Montenegro. The NEX Stock Exchange was founded 2001. It was one of two principal stock exchanges in Montenegro, the other being the Montenegro Stock Exchange, also in Podgorica. In January 2010, stockholders in NEX approved a merger with the Montenegro Stock Exchange, initially expected to take place within two to three months. However, the two were technically merged as of 31 December 2010, with their systems jointly operating since 10 January 2011. Thus, NEX Stock Exchange ceased to exist as a legal subject. The merger consolidated and simplified securities trading in Montenegro.
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    NZX

    NZX

    • Companies traded: NZX:CHA
    • Primary Regions: New Zealand
    NZX Limited (NZX: NZX) is a stock exchange located in Wellington, New Zealand. Since July 2005 it has been located in NZX Centre, the renovated Odlins building on the Wellington waterfront. As of 30 June 2009, the New Zealand Exchange had 233 listed issuers with a combined market capitalization of $49.024 billion. NZX began life as a number of regional stock exchanges during the gold rush of the 1870s. In 1974 these regional exchanges were amalgamated to form one national stock exchange, the New Zealand Stock Exchange (NZSE). On 24 June 1991, NZSE implemented a computerised trading system, and abolished the open outcry market. This computerised system was replaced with the FASTER trading system in September 1999. On 16 October 2002 the Member Firms of the New Zealand Stock Exchange voted in favour of demutualisation, and on 31 December 2002, NZSE became a limited liability company. On 30 May 2003, New Zealand Stock Exchange Limited formally changed its name to New Zealand Exchange Limited, trading as NZX, and on 3 June 2003 listed its own securities on its main equity market. The NZX Centre was originally constructed in 1907 for the C&A Odlin Timber Company, and is one of the few
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    Vancouver Stock Exchange

    Vancouver Stock Exchange

    The Vancouver Stock Exchange (VSE) was a stock exchange based in Vancouver, British Columbia. It was incorporated 1906 and was the third major stock exchange in Canada, after the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and Montreal Stock Exchange (MSE), and featured many small-cap and exploration stocks. In 1991, it listed some 2,300 stocks. Some local figures stated that the majority of these stocks were either total failures or frauds. A 1994 report by James Matkin (Vancouver Stock Exchange & Securities Regulation Commission) made reference to "shams, swindles and market manipulations" within the VSE. Regardless of the low opinion several held it in, it had roughly four billion dollars in annual trading in 1991. On November 29, 1999 the VSE was merged into the Canadian Venture Exchange (CDNX), along with the Alberta Stock Exchange (ASE) and the minor-cap stocks from the Bourse de Montréal (MSE). The trading floor of the old VSE remained as the trading floor of the new CDNX. The history of the exchange's index provides a standard case example of large errors arising from seemingly innocuous floating point calculations. In January 1982 the index was initialized at 1000 and subsequently
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    Zagreb Stock Exchange

    Zagreb Stock Exchange

    The Zagreb Stock Exchange or ZSE (Croatian: Zagrebačka burza [zaɡrɛbatʃka bur̩za]) is a stock exchange located in Zagreb, Croatia. It is Croatia's only stock exchange. The exchange trades shares of Croatian companies, as well as bonds and commercial bills. The ZSE was established in 1991 as the successor of "Zagreb Stock Exchange for the goods and values" which was co-founded by Samuel David Alexander. In March 2007 it incorporated VSE, forming a single Croatian capital market, leading in the region by market capitalization and trading volume. As of April 11, 2008, the ZSE includes stocks of 376 companies, with market capitalization of 187.69 billion kn (US$32.7 billion). The exchange has pre-market sessions from 09:00am to 10:00am and normal trading sessions from 10:00am to 04:00pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the exchange in advance. The Zagreb Stock Exchange is located in the skyscraper Eurotower near the intersection of the Vukovarska [ʋukɔʋar̩ska] and Lučićeva [lutʃitɕɛʋa] streets. The Zagreb Stock Exchange publishes the following indices:
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    Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange

    The Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange (ECSE) is the first regional securities market in the Western Hemisphere and a regional Stock exchange, established by the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) to serve the eight member territories of Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Its headquarters are located in the city of Basseterre, on the island of St. Kitts.
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    Vadodara Stock Exchange

    Vadodara Stock Exchange or VSE is located in the city of Vadodara in Western India. It was established in 1990 at Vadodara. It is the third largest stock exchange in the state of Gujarat after Ahmedabad and Rajkot. It is recognized by the Securities Contract (Regulations) Act of 1956 as a permanent stock exchange. From a humble beginning in 1986 with the Vadodara Stock Brokers' Association having 150 members, it was incorporated on January 22, 1990 as Vadodara Stock Exchange Limited. By 1999, the exchange had a total of 321 brokers, of which 65 were corporate brokers, 253 were proprietor brokers, and 3 were partnership brokers. Then, there were only 85 sub-brokers registered.
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    Borse Dubai

    Borse Dubai is a stock exchange in the United Arab Emirates. It is the holding company for Dubai Financial Market (DFM) and NASDAQ Dubai (formerly known as DIFX). Borse Dubai was created 6 August 2007 to consolidate the Government of Dubai’s two stock exchanges as well as current investments in other exchanges, expanding Dubai’s position as a global capital market hub. Borse Dubai’s growth mandate is extracted from the 2015 Dubai Strategic Plan which has defined financial services and capital markets as a key focus area to support the development and growth of regional capital markets to the highest international standards. This is complemented with Dubai’s strong heritage of building global leaders in selected industries. In September 2007, Borse Dubai secured 28% of the London Stock Exchange as part of a wider deal with the US-based Nasdaq designed to settle their long-running battle for control of the Stockholm-based exchanges and telecommunications operator OMX. However, the move enraged the Qatar Investment Authority, which believed it was close to clinching a deal to buy much of the LSE stake for itself. Following completion of the Nasdaq OMX deal, Borse Dubai now holds
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    Cotation Assistée en Continu

    Cotation Assistée en Continu (CAC) was an electronic trading system used at the Paris Bourse, the French stock exchange, in the 1980s and 1990s. It was introduced in 1986 for trading less liquid equities, and in 1989 it was operational for all listed stocks. The acronym is also used to refer to the CAC 40, a stock index provided by the Paris Bourse. Curiously, the acronym also fits the name of the early Parisian stockbrokers' association, the "Compagnie des Agents de Change". The CAC system was a version of an earlier system developed by the Toronto Stock Exchange in the mid-1970s: CATS (Computer Assisted Trading System). In the early 1990s the Paris Bourse developed an upgraded technology known as NSC (Nouveau Système de Cotation), which served as a technological platform for the Euronext initiative. The Paris Bourse became Euronext Paris in 2000. CAC, like CATS, was an order-driven market platform that handled the process of order matching and price setting through a double auction algorithm. It allowed for a full automation of quotation in a centralised, order-driven exchange (which eventually may translate into the disappearance of the open outcry).
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    Doha Securities Market

    The Qatar Exchange (formerly the Doha Securities Market) is the principal stock market of Qatar. The market was founded in 1997 and is located in the capital city of Doha. Its name is abbreviated to DSM. NYSE Euronext owns 25% of DSM. The market currently has 42 listed companies. In June 2009, the market was changed into a shareholding company named the Qatar Exchange.
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    Eurex

    Eurex is one of the world's leading derivatives exchanges, providing European benchmark derivatives featuring open and low-cost electronic access globally. Its electronic trading and clearing platform offers a broad range of products, and amongst others operates the most liquid fixed income markets. Eurex was established in 1998 with the merger of Deutsche Terminbörse (DTB, the German derivatives exchange) and SOFFEX (Swiss Options and Financial Futures). Eurex is considered one of the "big three" derivative exchanges, along with NYSE Euronext Liffe and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. It is owned by Deutsche Börse. On December 13, 1996 Deutsche Börse AG and Swiss Exchange signed a memorandum of understanding to create a joint trading and clearing system. Eurex was formed on September 4, 1997 when DTB and SOFFEX officially announced in Bürgenstock/Switzerland to create a joint platform. In 1998 the DTB (Deutsche Terminbörse) and SOFFEX (Swiss Options and Financial Futures Exchange) merged and became Eurex (European Exchange). Since September 1998 members of both exchanges trade by using a joint trading and clearing platform. Thereby, becoming one of the first exchanges providing
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    Ghana Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Ghana Stock Exchange:CMLT
    • Primary Regions: Ghana
    The Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) is the principal stock exchange of Ghana. The exchange was incorporated in July 1989 with trading commencing in 1990. It currently has around 36 listed companies and 2 corporate bonds. All types of securities can be listed. Criteria for listing include capital adequacy, profitability, spread of shares, years of existence and management efficiency. The GSE is located in Accra. Since its inception, the GSE's listings have been included in the main index, the GSE All-Share Index. In 1993, the GSE was the sixth best index performing emerging stock market, with a capital appreciation of 116%. In 1994 it was the best index performing stock market among all emerging markets, gaining 124.3% in its index level. 1995's index growth was a disappointing 6.3%, partly because of high inflation and interest rates. Growth of the index for 1997 was 42%, and at the end of 1998 it was 868.35 (see the 1998 Review for more information). As of October 2006 the market capitalization of the Ghana Stock Exchange was about 111,500 billion cedis ($11.5 billion). As of December 31 2007, the GSE's market capitalization was 131,633.22 billion cedis. In 2007, the index appreciated
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    Iceland Stock Exchange

    Iceland Stock Exchange

    • Primary Regions: Iceland
    NASDAQ OMX Iceland (Icelandic: Kauphöll Íslands) or ICEX was established in 1985 as a joint venture of several banks and brokerage firms on the initiative of the central bank. Trading began in 1986 in Icelandic government bonds, and trading in equities began in 1990. Equities trading increased rapidly thereafter. A wide variety of firms are currently listed on the exchange, including firms in retail, fishing, transportation, banks, insurance and numerous other areas. Because of the small size of the Icelandic economy and the low cost of public listing, many of the companies traded on the ICEX are relatively small and are relatively illiquid. All domestic trading of Icelandic bonds, equities and mutual funds takes place on the ICEX. Bonds and equities are regularly traded, though the liquidity is small in comparison with other exchanges. No mutual funds are currently listed on the market. Since its founding, the ICEX has used various electronic systems. Since 2000, it has used the SAXESS system of the NOREX alliance, which allows for the cross-listing of stocks on Nordic stock exchanges. No foreign company lists directly on the ICEX, as the small size and illiquidity of the market
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    OTCBB

    • Companies traded: OTCBB:JLHY
    • Primary Regions: United States of America
    The OTC Bulletin Board or OTCBB is a United States quotation medium for subscribing members used for many over-the-counter (OTC) equity securities that are not listed on the NASDAQ or a national stock exchange. Broker-dealers who subscribe to the system, which is not electronic, can use the OTCBB to enter orders for OTC securities that qualify to be quoted. According to the SEC, "fraudsters often claim or imply that an OTCBB company is a Nasdaq company to mislead investors into thinking that the company is bigger than it is." FINRA runs and provides regulatory services to the OTCBB. The OTCBB formerly collected 100% of quotes, but that number has declined with the rise of its competitor Pink OTC Markets, which uses an electronic quotation system. In September 2009, FINRA announced that it would be selling the OTCBB. Pink OTC Markets was the leading contender for purchasing the OTCBB, but terms could not be reached between itself and FINRA. In September 2010, FINRA announced that it had reached terms for the sale of the OTCBB with well known investment bank Rodman & Renshaw. Along with the sale of the OTCBB and, in an effort to provide uniform regulation to all OTC issues and,
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    Philadelphia Corn Exchange

    Philadelphia Corn Exchange

    The Philadelphia Corn Exchange was a brokerage house in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that primarily operated in the 19th Century, offering a place for traders to speculate in the futures and stock of the corn commodity. During the American Civil War, the Corn Exchange helped sponsor several Civil War soldiers and units, including a full regiment of infantry that became known as the 118th Pennsylvania "Corn Exchange" Regiment. By 1875 the Philadelphia Stock Exchange took the place of the Corn Exchange.
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    Abu Dhabi Securities Market

    • Companies traded: Abu Dhabi Securities Market:QCEM
    Abu Dhabi Securities Market (ADSM) (Arabic: ￘ᄈ￙ネ￙ツ ￘ᆪ￘ᄄ￙ネ￘ᄌ￘ᄄ￙ハ ￙ト￙ト￘ᆪ￙ネ￘ᄆ￘ᄃ￙ツ ￘ᆪ￙ト￙ナ￘ᄃ￙ト￙ハ￘ᄅ) is a stock exchange in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE). It was established on 15 November 2000 to trade shares of UAE companies. There are trading locations in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Fujeirah, Sharjah, and Ras Al Khaimah. The Dubai Financial Market (DFM) is different exchange that trades shares of other public UAE companies but investors can also trade ADSM shares with some of the brokers based at DFM. The ADSM has more companies listed than DFM but trading volume is usually much less. During 2004-2005 there was a substantial increase in share prices and trading activity. From the end of 2005 through until mid-2006 there was a significant downturn with the overall ADSM index dropping just over 30% in the first six months of 2006. List provided by Emirates Securities & Commodities Authority (SCA), including 66 companies in 4 sectors. Whereas Abu Dhabi Securities Market provides more sectors.
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    Berliner Börse

    Börse Berlin AG (or Berlin Stock Exchange) is a stock exchange based in Berlin, Germany, founded in 1685 through an edict of Great Elector Friedrich Wilhelm and is one of the oldest exchanges in Germany. In order to address internationalisation and growing consolidation pressure, Börse Berlin has pursued a successful niche strategy since the mid-nineties, with a particular focus on trading the widest possible range of foreign stocks. With the advent of MiFID (Markets in Financial Instruments Directive), the exchange has decided to realign itself completely with its new market segment Equiduct Trading, the exchange will be truly pan-European. Equiduct Trading will allow Börse Berlin to expand its service offering, which until recently was primarily addressing retail investors, by offering custom made solutions for professional market participants. Through the acquisition of a majority stake in EASDAQ NV, the sole owner of Equiduct Systems Ltd and the ETS trading platform, Börse Berlin has gained control of and access to a state-of-the-art electronic trading system. Börse Berlin will remain headquartered in Berlin (operating under the brand "Equiduct Trading"), but has opened
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    Burgundy

    Burgundy is an exchange that operates a regulated market and a multilateral trading facility Multilateral Trading Facility (MTF) and is authorized and regulated by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority. Burgundy focuses on the Nordic markets and opened on June 12, 2009 for trading. Burgundy offers a high-performance and cost-efficient securities trading service with trading in more than 1,000 Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish and Danish instruments. The offer also includes a listing and trading service for warrants, certificates, ETFs and structured products. Burgundy is included in the Nordic Light data feed. Burgundy's office is located in Stockholm, Sweden. Leading Nordic banks and securities trading firms are shareholders of Burgundy. Retail or institutional investors can trade on Burgundy via one of Burgundy’s trading participants Burgundy AB is incorporated in Sweden. Burgundy is owned by 13 major banks and investment firms in the Nordic region.
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    Calcutta Stock Exchange Association Limited

    Calcutta Stock Exchange (CSE) located at the Lyons Range, Kolkata, India, was incorporated in 1908 and is the second largest bourse in India. In 1830, the bourse activities in Kolkata used to conducted under a neem tree. The earliest record of dealings in securities in India is the British East India Company’s loan securities. In 1908, the stock exchange was incorporated and consisted of 150 members. The present building at the Lyons Range was constructed in 1928. The Calcutta Stock Exchange has been granted permanent recognition by the Central Government with effect from April 14, 1980 under the relevant provisions of the Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1956. The Calcutta stock exchange followed the familiar outcry system for stock trading up until 1997, when it was replaced by an electronic (eTrading) system known as C-STAR (CSE Screen Based Trading And Reporting). Bombay Stock Exchange(BSE) has made a strategic investment in Calcutta Stock Exchange, acquiring 5% of its shares. The Calcutta Stock Exchange Limited One Index is in use:
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    Kabul International Stock Exchange

    The Afghanistan Stock Exchange is part of the planned Economic development of Afghanistan. It will operate Afghanistan's first liquid exchange to offer the most diverse array of financial products and services. AFX will bring together cash equities exchanges and foreign exchanges, to be the leader for listings, trading in cash equities, equity and interest rate derivatives, bonds and the distribution of market data in Afghanistan. In late 2001 the United Nations Security Council authorized the creation of an International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). This force is composed of NATO troops that are involved in assisting the government of President Hamid Karzai in establishing the writ of law as well as rebuilding key infrastructures in the nation. In 2005, the United States and Afghanistan signed a strategic partnership agreement committing both nations to a long-term relationship. In the meantime, multi-billion US dollars have also been provided by the international community for the reconstruction of the country. Afghanistan Stock Exchange
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    Latin American International Financial Exchange

    The Latin American International Financial Exchange (or LAIFEX) is a proposed electronic central trading and exchange facility, which will be housed in the Independent Financial Centre of the Americas (IFCA) in the Dominican Republic. Its primary activities will be to facilitate primary and secondary debt trading between Latin American countries and around the globe. It will access a market in excess of USD $2.94 trillion of annually traded regional debt - accounting in 2004 for 63.2% of trade in emerging market debt. At present there is no central platform to clear and settle locally denominated trading in Latin America. LAIFEX will include a private stock exchange where members can apply for seats, and the information technology platform being custom-buiilt for the IFCA can service a regional stock exchange to give companies from around the world access to new capital. If plans go well, the exchange could start running electronically by 2007.
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    Palestine Stock Exchange

    As early as 1995, a number of pioneers in the Palestinian private sector realized the importance of creating a well-regulated, up-to-date market for securities in the country. The aim was to tap and channel domestic and foreign capital into the business community through long-term financing of commercial and infrastructure projects. Their ideas materialized into an agreement signed with the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) on November 7, 1996 to operate the Palestine Securities Exchange (PSE) as a private shareholding company. On February 18, 1997, PSE conducted its first trading session as the first fully automated and electronic Arab stock exchange. Despite its modest beginning, the exchange maintained continued growth in terms of listed companies, number of sessions and trading volumes. From only a few companies listed in early 1997, the number of listed companies rose to 36 in 2007. This is expected to grow further after the formation of a stronger financial markets regulatory framework in Palestine, including the Capital Market Authority (CMA) which supervises non-bank financial institutions, including the PSE. There are eight brokerage firms that are members of the PSE,
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    BCBA

    BCBA

    • Companies traded: BCBA:TECO2
    The Buenos Aires Stock Exchange (BCBA; Spanish: Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires) is the organization responsible for the operation of Argentina's primary stock exchange located at Buenos Aires CBD. Founded in 1854, is the successor of the Banco Mercantil, created in 1822 by Bernardino Rivadavia. Citing BCBA's self-definition: "It is a self-regulated non-profit civil association. At its Council sit representatives of all different sectors of Argentina's economy." The most important index of the Stock market is the MERVAL (from MERcado de VALores, "stock market"), which includes the most important papers. Other indicators are Burcap, Bolsa General and M.AR., and currency indicators Indol and Wholesale Indol. The Stock Exchange's current, Leandro Alem Avenue headquarters was designed by Norwegian-Argentine architect Alejandro Christophersen in 1913, and completed in 1916. A modernist annex was designed by local architect Mario Roberto Álvarez in 1972, and inaugurated in 1977.
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    SWX Europe

    • Companies traded: SWX Europe:ROG
    SWX Europe, formerly virt-x (virt-x Exchange Limited), is an electronic cross-border share trading platform. It is operating since 1995 as TRADEPOINT in the UK. It was bought in 2001, and late in 2002 became the subject of a takeover offer by the Swiss exchange, SWX, and is now a wholly owned subsidiary of that group. As an RIE (Recognised Investment Exchange) based in London, it is supervised by the UK's Financial Services Authority (FSA). In early 2008, virt-x formally changed its name to SWX Europe. As of 30 April 2009, SWX Europe ceased trading and all business was transferred to SIX Swiss Exchange.
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    African Stock Exchanges Association

    The African Securities Exchanges Association (ASEA) was incorporated in 1993 in the Republic of Kenya. ASEA's aim is to provide a formal framework for the mutual co-operation of stock exchanges in the African region. Its functions include the exchange of information and assistance in the development of member exchanges. There are 29 exchanges in Africa, representing 38 nations' capital markets. 21 of the 29 stock exchanges are members of ASEA.
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    Belarus Currency and Stock Exchange

    The open joint-stock company Belarus currency-stock exchange (Belarusian: Белорусская валютно-фондовая биржа) was formed in 1998 in accordance with the Decree of the President of Belarus from July 20, 1998 №366 “On perfection of system of state regulation of the stock market”. The founders of the stock exchange were the National bank of the Republic of Belarus (a control share holding), Fund of the state property of the Ministry of Economics of the Republic of Belarus and a number of large banks of the Republic of Belarus. The history of Belarus Currency and Stock Exchange began in March 4 1993, when eighteen banks of the Belarus co-founded as a closed joint stock company the "Interbank Currency Exchange". The main purpose of its creation was the organization of the market mechanism quotes national currency. On March 24, 1993 the Interbank Currency Exchange held its first trading session, which resulted in the National Bank of Belarus has been set the official exchange rate of the Belarussian ruble to the non-cash Russian ruble. The supreme body of management of open joint-stock company “Belarus currency-stock exchange” is General meeting of shareholders. The structure of
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    Bern eXchange

    Berne eXchange (BX) is the stock exchange of Bern, Switzerland. BX and the much larger SWX Swiss Exchange based in Zürich are the only stock exchanges in Switzerland. BX was founded in 1880 as the Berne Bank Association and formalised in 1884 as the Berne Bourse Association (Berner Börsenverein, BBV) by all nine Bernese banks and fourteen private enterprises. It saw a relatively small volume of trading up until World War I. In 2002, BX introduced a fully electronic trading platform with an open, extensible application programming interface (API). Unlike its competitors in Basel, Geneva and Zurich, it did not participate in the 1995 merger that led to the creation of SWX(Now known as SIX). BX has retained the legal form of a private association under Swiss law, and its members are the major banks operating in Bern, including UBS and Credit Suisse Private Banking. Berne eXchange is mainly aimed at Swiss small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that consider a listing at SWX too big a step or too expensive. The market value of the fifty companies whose stock is traded on the exchange was CHF 11,410,000,000 (USD 9,500,000,000) in 2006, compared to more than CHF 1,000,000,000,000 at
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    Bovespa

    • Companies traded: Bovespa:USIM5
    The BM&FBOVESPA (Portuguese pronunciation: [boˈvespa]; in full, Bolsa de Valores, Mercadorias & Futuros de São Paulo) is a stock exchange located at São Paulo, Brazil. As of December 31, 2011 it had a market capitalization of US $1.22 Trillion, making it in the 8 largest stock exchange in the world. On May 8, 2008, the São Paulo Stock Exchange (Bovespa) and the Brazilian Mercantile and Futures Exchange (BM&F) merged, creating BM&FBOVESPA. The benchmark indicator of BM&FBOVESPA is the Índice Bovespa. There were 381 companies traded at Bovespa as of April 30, 2008. On May 20, 2008 the Ibovespa index reached its 10 consecutive record mark closing at 73,516 points, with a traded volume of USD 4.2 billion or R$ 7.4 billion, and in August 17, 2011 the Ibovespa made its biggest traded volume in its history, with a volume of USD 14.8 billion or R$ 23.7 billion. BM&FBOVESPA also has offices in New York, Shanghai and London. Founded on August 23, 1890 by Emilio Rangel Pestana, the "Bolsa de Valores de São Paulo" (São Paulo Stock Exchange, in English) has had a long history of services provided to the stock market and the Brazilian economy. Until the mid-1960s, Bovespa and the other Brazilian
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    Chicago Stock Exchange

    Chicago Stock Exchange

    • Primary Regions: United States of America
    The Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX) is a stock exchange in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.. The exchange is a national securities exchange and self-regulated organization, which operates under the oversight of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The Chicago Stock Exchange is the third most active stock exchange in the United States by volume, and the largest outside New York City. The Chicago Stock Exchange is currently located at 440 South LaSalle Street (One Financial Place). The Chicago Stock Exchange was founded in a formal meeting on March 21, 1882. At this time, Charles Henrotin was elected the chairman and president. In April that year, a lease was taken out at 115 Dearborn Street for the location of the exchange and during that month 749 memberships were sold. In July 1914, the Exchange closed as a result of World War I, and remained closed until December 11. In October 1915, the basis of quoting and trading in stocks changed from percent to par value to dollars. On April 26, 1920, the Chicago Stock Exchange Stock Clearing Corporation was established. On October 29, 1929, the stock market crashed, resulting in a very difficult time period for the Chicago Stock Exchange,
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    Cyprus Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Cyprus Stock Exchange:AD
    The Cyprus Stock Exchange or CSE (Greek: Χρηματιστήριο Αξιών Κύπρου or ΧΑΚ, Turkish: Kıbrıs Menkul Kıymetler Borsası or KMKB) is a stock exchange located in Nicosia, Cyprus. It was established under the Cyprus Securities and Stock Exchange Law which provides for the development of the securities market in Cyprus and for the establishment and operation of the Cyprus Stock Exchange, and was passed by the House of Representatives in April 1993. The Cyprus Stock Exchange (CSE) commenced its operations on the 29th of March 1996. In 2006, it launched a common platform with the Athens Stock Exchange. The exchange has normal trading sessions from 10:00am to 05:00pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the exchange in advance. The Cyprus Stock Exchange (CSE) allows private or public companies to list their bonds on the Emerging Companies Market (ECM) and for public companies to list their shares on the ECM. In both cases (listing of shares or bonds) the CSE will also provide the ISIN code and have the prices beamed through Bloomberg and Reuters terminals as both are official financial data vendors.
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    Islamabad Stock Exchange

    Islamabad Stock Exchange

    Islamabad Stock Exchange or ISE is one and youngest of the three stock exchanges of Pakistan and is located in the capital of Islamabad. Islamabad stock exchange (ISE) was incorporated as a guarantee limited company on 25 October 1989 in Islamabad capital territory with the main object of setting up of a trading and settlement infrastructure, information system, skilled resources, accessibility and a fair and orderly market place that ranks with the best in the world. It was licensed as a stock exchange on 7 January 1992. For the first time, it started trading in July 1992. Initially an outcry method of trading (a method of trading that uses verbal bids and offers in the trading pits) in shares was adopted which was replaced with the automated trading system (a computerized system for matching orders in securities) commonly called “ISE-CTS” in 1997. In the year 2002, ISECTS gave way to “ULTRA TRADE” trading system which is not only very efficient but also has extended trading capacity, internet trading functionality. The computerized trading system has brought about much needed transparency in the securities trading. It has been designed in such a way to provide automatic matching
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    JSE

    JSE

    • Companies traded: JSE:ANGLO
    JSE Limited (previously the JSE Securities Exchange and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange) is the largest stock exchange in Africa. It is situated at the corner of Maude Street and Gwen Lane in Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa. In 2003 the JSE had an estimated 472 listed companies and a market capitalisation of US$182.6 billion (€158 billion), as well as an average monthly traded value of US$6.399 billion(€5.5 billion). As of 30 September 2006, the market capitalisation of the JSE was at US$579.1 billion. The JSE is currently the 19th largest stock exchange worldwide. The JSE is planning to create a pan-African exchange by initially enabling investors to trade in shares from Ghana, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Zambia. Later it intends to expand this across the rest of Africa. The discovery of gold on the Witwatersrand in 1886 led to many mining and financial companies opening and a need soon arose for a stock exchange. The Johannesburg Exchange & Chambers Company was established by a London businessman, Benjamin Minors Woollan and housed at the corner of Commissioner and Simmonds Streets. Out of this the JSE was born on 8 November 1887. By 1890 the trading hall became too small and had
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    National Stock Exchange of Australia

    • Companies traded: National Stock Exchange of Australia:BPH
    National Stock Exchange of Australia (NSX) is a stock exchange based in Newcastle, Australia. It is owned and operated by NSX Limited, which is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (listed 13 January 2005). On 20 December 2006 the Newcastle Stock Exchange formally sought approval and was granted a change of name by the Minister to National Stock Exchange of Australia and still trades by the acronym of NSX. The NSX lists various companies within Australia and overseas that meet its listing rule requirements. Trading is all-electronic based on time and price priority using NETS (the NSX Electronic Trading System) which is based on the NASDAQ OMX X-stream trading platform. Settlement of securities is electronic and on a T+3 basis utilising the ASTC CHESS system. The NSX was founded in 1937 and in the past had listed as many as 300 local and regional companies. Some grew to become significant businesses, such as Brambles Limited. It was reactivated in its present form in 2000. NSX Limited acquired Bendigo Stock Exchange (BSX) on 12 April 2005. BSX facilitates the trading of Bendigo Community Banks in an uncertificated market. Pending approval from the Minister the BSX will be
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    Spokane Stock Exchange

    Spokane Stock Exchange

    The Spokane Stock Exchange was a regional stock exchange located in Spokane, Washington. Founded mainly to trade stock of mining companies, it began operations in 1897 and closed on May 24, 1991. At the time of its closure it had a reputation as a haven for trading speculative penny stocks.
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    Vilnius Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Vilnius Stock Exchange:AVG1L
    • Primary Regions: Vilnius
    The NASDAQ OMX Vilnius is a stock exchange established in 1993 (Vilnius Stock Exchange, VSE) operating in Vilnius, Lithuania. It is owned by OMX, which also operates Helsinki Stock Exchange and Stockholm Stock Exchange. VSE, together with Riga Stock Exchange and Tallinn Stock Exchange is part of the joint Baltic market that was established to minimize investing barriers between Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian markets. It has a pre-market session from 08:45am to 10:00am, a normal trading session from 10:00am to 04:00pm and post-market session from 04:00pm to 04:30pm. As of December 23, 2009, Market capitalization of Vilnius stock exchange equities was 1.8 billion euro, and 1.1 billion euro of bonds list .
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    Ahmedabad Stock Exchange

    Ahmedabad Stock Exchange or ASE is the second oldest exchange of India located in the city of Ahmedabad in the western part of the country. It is recognized by Securities Contract (Regulations) Act, 1956 as permanent stock exchange. It has adopted a Swastika in its logo which is one of the most auspicious symbols of Hinduism depicting wealth and prosperity. The stock exchange was established as a Public Charitable Trust in 1894 following the establishment of the Bombay Stock Exchange in 1875. Earlier the stock exchange functioned under the framework of the Bombay Securities Contracts Act, 1925. Following the passage of The Securities Contract Regulations Act, 1956 the Gujarat Share & Stock Exchange, Indian Share and General Exchange Association and Bombay Share and Stock Exchange, Share and Stock Brokers Association merged with the Ahmedabad Share and Stock Brokers Association and gave rise to ASE as it stands today. The stock exchange went live on December 12, 1996. Initially, ASE used a system provided by IBM. Since June 1999, ASE operates on Ahmedabad Stock Exchanges' Online Trading System (ASETS). This system was provided to ASE by Tata Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd. Members of
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    Channel Islands Stock Exchange

    The Channel Islands Stock Exchange (CISX) is a stock exchange operating in St. Peter Port, Guernsey. It was founded as a company limited both by guarantee and by shares. The aim of CISX is to be the premier offshore stock exchange in the European time zone and the exchange of choice for the listing of investment funds, debt instruments and the shares of companies. CISX was established in October 1998. Since then, it has experienced rapid growth. It is an integral part of the infrastructure upon which the top tier finance centre of Guernsey relies and offers a service and structure unique in the European time zone. It provides listing facility and screen-based trading for local and international trading companies, investment companies - both open- and closed-ended funds - specialist debt securities and Channel Islands depository receipts (CIDRS). These include specialist securities, including Eurobonds, Structured Debt, Warrants and SPVs; and investment funds. Some of the strengths of CISX are competitive pricing, responsive and approachable market authority that meets daily to consider applications for listings, international standards of issuer regulation, enhanced marketability
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    Copenhagen Stock Exchange

    Copenhagen Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Copenhagen Stock Exchange:LLB
    The Copenhagen Stock Exchange or CSE (Danish: Københavns Fondsbørs) is an international marketplace for Danish securities, including shares, bonds, treasury bills and notes, and financial futures and options. CSE is one of the OMX Exchanges, which was founded in 2003 and since February 2008, is part of the NASDAQ OMX Group. The exchange was converted to a limited company in 1996 with share capital issued in a ratio of 60-20-20 to members, issuers of shares, and issuers of bonds. In 1997 the FUTOP Clearing Center A/S, the Danish derivatives market, became a wholly owned subsidiary. FUTOP issues, clears, and guarantees futures and options on shares, indices, and interest rate products. FUTOP products can be traded electronically. In 1998, the CSE and the Stockholmsbörsen formed the NOREX Alliance, a step toward developing a Nordic securities market. Normal trading sessions are from 09:00am to 05:00pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the exchange in advance. The C20 Index, a weighted, market value index comprising 20 Danish blue chips, launched for futures and options trading (members include the A.P. Moller-Maersk Group). The KFX Index
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    Haitian Stock Exchange

    Haitian Stock Exchange

    Plans to establish a Haitian Stock Exchange (HSE) were implemented in 2007. The website of the exchange can be found at http://www.haitianstockexchange.com/hsm/index.php. The overall aims of the exchange are to encourage the formation of new businesses and the general expansion of the economic sector, to facilitate the flow of capital into Haiti and the growth of per capita income, and to reduce poverty and increase the aggregate level of output, employment and wealth. The main hindrances obstructing the establishment of this exchange are a lack of financial infrastructure to attract capital, insufficient capital investment per worker and the inadequate utilisation of human capital. The formation of the Haitian Stock exchange has been led by a New York registered trading company called GLTG, which intends to establish a “Societe Anonyme” (equivalent to a PLC) to be named Societte Haitienne de Valeurs Mobilieres and to float it on the HSE. In response, the HSE, according to its website, will endeavour to develop a securities market in Haiti; to organise primary and secondary markets for fixed income and common stocks; to train and recruit personnel; to create the alliances and the
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    ISE

    • Companies traded: ISE:GLB
    • Primary Regions: Ireland
    The Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) (Irish: Stocmhalartán na hÉireann) is Ireland's only stock exchange and has been in existence since 1793. It is an Irish private company limited by guarantee. It was first recognised by legislation in 1799 when the Irish Parliament passed the Stock Exchange (Dublin) Act. At different periods in its history, the ISE included a number of regional exchanges, including the Cork and Dublin exchanges. In 1973, the Irish exchange merged with the other British and Irish stock exchanges becoming part of the International Stock Exchange of Great Britain and Ireland (now called the London Stock Exchange).Between 1973 and 1986 there were no new company listings. In 1995, it became independent again and since then has expanded internationally and established itself as a global listing centre for international fund and debt securities. The Irish Stock Exchange operates three markets: The Main Securities Market (MSM), the principal market for Irish and overseas companies, which admits a wide range of security types such as shares, bonds and funds to listing and trading. The Main Securities Market is a regulated market as defined by Markets in Financial Instruments
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    Istanbul Stock Exchange

    The Istanbul Stock Exchange (ISE) (Turkish: İstanbul Menkul Kıymetler Borsası, İMKB) is the only corporation in Turkey for securities exchange established to provide trading in equities, bonds and bills, revenue-sharing certificates, private sector bonds, foreign securities and real estate certificates as well as international securities. The ISE was founded as an autonomous, professional organization in early 1986. It is situated in a modern building complex in the quarter of İstinye, on the European side of Istanbul, since May 15, 1995. The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the ISE is Dr. İbrahim Turhan, who was appointed by the government on January 1, 2012. ISE is home to 320 national companies. Trading hours are 09:30-12:30 for the first session and 14:00-17:30 for the second session, on workdays. All ISE members are incorporated banks and brokerage houses. ISE price indices are computed and published throughout the trading session while the return indices are calculated and published at the close of the session only. The indices are: ISE National-All Shares Index, ISE National-30, ISE National-50, ISE National-100, Sector and sub-sector indices, ISE Second National
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    Madras Stock Exchange

    • Primary Regions: India
    The Madras Stock Exchange (MSE) is a stock exchange in Chennai, India. The MSE is the fourth stock exchange to be established in the country and the first in South India. It had a turnover (2001) of 30,900 million (950 million USD), but is a fraction (below 3.5 per cent) of the turnover generated by the Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange of India. In 1996, the MSE was fully computerised and online trading became operational, as the MSE was connected to 120 broking offices in and around Chennai through wide area networking. The MSE has about 120 live members and 1,785 companies listed. The exchange follows the Rolling Settlement system, as per the January 2000 SEBI (Securities Exchange Board of India) guidelines and a proactive Grievance Cell is operational. By this system, investors can log in their complaints, for which a number will be given for further reference, through which investors can keep track of the action taken by the exchange as regards their complaint. A subsidiary company - MSE Financial Services Ltd, has been established. A member of the Bombay Stock Exchange, MSE Financial Services will help create greater broker and investor flexibility through
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    Malawi Stock Exchange

    The Malawi Stock Exchange (the MSE) is a fully fledged stock market, with a single licensed broker. It was inaugurated in March 1995 and opened for business for the first time on 11 November 1996, under the aegis of the Reserve Bank of Malawi, with 2300 Malawian citizens buying shares in the first company to be listed – Malawi's largest insurance firm, the National Insurance Company. International Finance Corporation, a World Bank affiliate, and the Financierings Maatschappij Ontwikkelingslanden, a Dutch development bank with close ties to the Dutch Ministry for Development Co-operation, provided 40% of the $500,000 required for establishing the stock market in Blantyre, and the European Union sponsored seminars and publicity campaigns. The exchange operates in terms of the Capital Markets Development Act of 1990 and the Capital Market Development Regulations of 1992. It has a supervisory committee which comprises representatives of the central bank, the government and the private sector. It is a member of the African Stock Exchanges Association. The MSE has a modest market listing. More stringent listing rules are currently being prepared. Membership of the Exchange is corporate
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    Warsaw Stock Exchange

    The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE), Polish: Giełda Papierów Wartościowych w Warszawie, is a stock exchange located in Warsaw, Poland. It has a capitalization of € 220 bln (as of April 2011). The WSE is a member of the World Federation of Exchanges and the Federation of European Securities Exchanges. Warsaw became the capital and financial center of Poland in the early 17th century. In the Middle Ages other Polish towns, most of them members of the Hanse, were the leading economic centers of Poland. Merchants from western and southern Europe settled in Poland since the beginning of Polish statehood. They brought the system of organized exchange trading in securities, mostly bills and currencies, to Poland. The oldest Polish bill was issued in 1243 by the Cuyavien bishop Sambor. The main centers of securities tradings were at the lower Vistula, in the 14th century occupied by the Teutonic Knights. The first marcantile exchanges emerged in Gdańsk (1379), Toruń (1385), Malbork (14th century), Kraków (1405), Poznań (1429), Zamość (1590), Królewiec (1613) and Elbląg (1744). Mediaeval mercantile exchanges might have also existed for a short period in Chełmno, Grudziądz and Braniewo. Early
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    RTS

    • Companies traded: RTS:EESR
    The Russian Trading System (RTS) was a stock market established in 1995 in Moscow, consolidating various regional trading floors into one exchange. Originally RTS was modeled on NASDAQ's trading and settlement software; in 1998 the exchange went on line with its own in-house system. Initially created as a non-profit organisation, it was transformed into a joint-stock company. In 2011 MICEX merged with RTS creating MICEX-RTS. RTS Classic Market – with ruble- and dollar-settlement, currently trades in more than 600 different securities. RTS T+0 Market ruble trading "double-auction anonymous market" with full preliminary deposition of assets; trading is settled in rubles. FORTS – Futures and options trading, with ruble settlement; 39 futures and 19 option contracts available. RTS Board – the system used for indicative quotation of securities not listed on the RTS. NQS Bills – Indicative Quotation Systems - the system used for indicative quotation of bills issued by Russian companies; 700 stocks and 500 bills are featured. RTS Money - over-the-counter real time foreign exchange (FOREX) trading. Internet trading is available. The RTS Stock Exchange calculates and publishes 9 indexes:
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    Saurashtra Kutch Stock Exchange

    Saurashtra Kutch Stock Exchange

    Saurashtra Kutch Stock Exchange Limited (Gujarati: શેર બજાર, popularly called Stock Exchange, or SKSE) is one of three stock exchange in Gujarat. It is located at Sadar Bazaar, Rajkot, India. Saurashtra Kutch Stock Exchange Ltd was incorporated in the month of July 1989 and got recognition from the Government of India. The recognition have been renewed from time to time by the Central Government and SEBI. The Stock Exchange is recognized under Securities Contracts Regulation Act. Earlier the Stock Exchange was having very good volume. The broker members were doing huge volume on the floor of the stock exchange. Subsequently after the commencement of National Stock Exchange and on-line computerized trading, the volume on the regional Stock Exchanges faced the decreased trend and as a result, the regional stock exchanges were facing difficulties of reduced liquidity, volume and dept. Recently, in the month of December 1999, SEBI has permitted the regional stock exchange to acquire membership of bigger stock exchanges like BSE and NSE by forming a subsidiary company and thereby to provide trading platform to the brokers of regional stock exchanges. Accordingly, many stock exchanges
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    Bucharest Stock Exchange

    Bucharest Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Bucharest Stock Exchange:GIRO
    The Bucharest Stock Exchange (Romanian: Bursa de Valori Bucureşti) is a stock exchange in Bucharest, capital of Romania. On December 1, 2005, Bucharest's electronic over-the-counter stock market, Rasdaq, was merged with the Bucharest Stock Exchange. The total capitalisation of the Bucharest Stock Exchange is around €11 billion (2011), making it a medium CEE stock exchange. The exchange has pre-market sessions from 09:30am to 10:00am and normal trading sessions from 10:00am to 4:45pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance. The Bucharest Exchange opened on 1 December 1882 in the building of the Chamber of Commerce in Bucharest. It was regulated by the "Law on exchanges, securities and commodities brokers" ("Legea asupra Burselor, Mijlocitorilor de Schimb şi Mijlocitorilor de Mărfuri") passed one year earlier. There were 21 securities quoted (6 stocks and 15 commercial paper issues) and it was also used for trading commodities. In 1904 a new "Law on commercial exchanges" ("Legea asupra burselor de comerţ") was passed. Among other things, the new law separated securities trading from commodities trading and introduced a
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    Nagoya Stock Exchange

    Nagoya Stock Exchange

    Nagoya Stock Exchange (名古屋証券取引所 Nagoya Shōken Torihikijo, NSE) is a stock trading market in Nagoya, Japan. It is Japan's third largest exchange, behind the Tokyo Stock Exchange and Osaka Securities Exchange. The Nagoya Stock Exchange (NSE) is the successor to the Nagoya Stock Exchange Co. Ltd., which was founded in 1886. It was founded in 1949 as a corporation with securities companies as members under the terms of the Securities and Exchange Law. In 2002, Nagoya Stock Exchange, Inc. was established after demutualization of NSE. The Nagoya Stock Exchange is a stock corporation that provides an Exchange Securities Market under authorization of the Prime Minister. It is operated by Nagoya Stock Exchange, Inc. (株式会社名古屋証券取引所) and has normal trading sessions from 09:00am to 03:30pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance.
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    OPEX

    • Companies traded: OPEX:COMAEX
    OPEX is an alternative trading system (ATS) that is managed by PEX (Private Exchange). The market was launched in 2003 to provide a trading environment to the small and mid cap securities of Portuguese companies. Currently the market is making valiant attempts to survive and attract enough liquidity. Its perseverance seems to have paid off with trading volumes showing a rising trend in the past one year.
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    Chi-X

    BATS Chi-X Europe, a subsidiary of BATS Global Markets, is a London-based, order-driven pan-European equity exchange, or Multilateral Trading Facility (MTF). It is a low latency, low cost alternative to exchange traded equities and ETFs that are listed on primary exchanges such as the London Stock Exchange, Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Euronext and OMX. Initially two separate entities, Chi-X Europe was the first pan-European equities exchange to launch in 2007; BATS Europe was launched in 2008. In February 2011, BATS Global Markets agreed to buy Chi-X Europe for $300 million. The deal was referred by the Office of Fair Trading to the Competition Commission in June 2011 for further investigation to "determine whether a substantial lessening of competition is probable as a result of the anticipated merger." However, the Competition Commission approved the transaction in late November 2011, leading to BATS closing the deal on 30 November 2011. The joint entity, BATS Chi-X Europe, covered 1,800 stocks, in 25 indices and 15 European countries, as of early 2012. Between January and April 2012, BATS Chi-X Europe was the largest pan-European equities exchange in terms of value traded. In
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    195

    Luxembourg Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Luxembourg Stock Exchange:SFNL
    The Luxembourg Stock Exchange (French: Bourse de Luxembourg) is a stock exchange based in Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg. The Exchange is located on avenue de la Porte-Neuve, . The Chairman of the Board is Frank Wagener and the President of the Executive Committee and Chief Executive Officer is Robert Scharfe. The exchange has pre-opening sessions from 07:15am to 09:00am and normal trading sessions from 09:00am to 05:35pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance. It specialises primarily in the issue of international bonds, in which it is ranked first in Europe, with 32,933 debt securities listed on the Exchange as of 2008. The Luxembourg Stock Exchange was the first exchange to list a Eurobond, with the issue of Italian Autostrade bonds in 1963, and, to this day, Luxembourg has maintained a dominant position in European bond issues, with approximately 60% of all cross-border securities in Europe being listed in Luxembourg. Fifty countries list at least some of their sovereign debt in Luxembourg, whilst Luxembourg is also a market for debt from the EBRD, European Commission, European Investment Bank, and World
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    Nouveau Système de Cotation

    The NSC (Nouveau Système de Cotation) is one of Euronext's electronic trading technologies. It was developed by the Paris Bourse in the early 1990s and introduced in 1995 as an upgrade of the CAC system (Cotation Assistée en Continu). NSC offers product coverage for equities, bonds, warrants, futures, and options, as well as multiple market model types - for example, order driven, quote driven, or hybrid. It was developed by the Paris Bourse in the early 1990s and introduced in 1995 as an upgrade of the CAC system (Cotation Assistée en Continu). The NSC platform is a modular system with an open architecture which is compatible with the standard international communication protocols. The latest version of NSC runs on UNIX and Linux platforms to provide enhanced functionality and improved price-performance. NSC is currently in use in 12 exchanges worldwide, including Euronext in Paris and Bursa Malaysia.
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    SGX

    SGX

    • Companies traded: SGX:A16
    • Primary Regions: Singapore
    Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX, SGX: S68) is an investment holding company located in Singapore and providing different services related to securities and derivatives trading and others. SGX is a member of the World Federation of Exchanges and the Asian and Oceanian Stock Exchanges Federation Singapore Exchange trades continuously from 9am to 5pm. From 1 August 2011, Singapore Exchange introduced continuous all-day trading for the securities market. As a result, the lunch break, between 12:30pm to 2.00pm, was scrapped. SGX operates several different divisions, each responsible for handling specific businesses. The companies listed on SGX belong to one of two groups: the companies listed on the SGX Mainboard and the companies listed on SGX SESDAQ. In order to be listed on the mainboard, a company has to fulfill some requirements set forth by SGX, while a listing a SESDAQ is not tied to the fullfillment of any additional conditions. The exchange launched SGX QUEST (SGX Quotation and Execution System) in August 2004. The system is used by the exchange for derivatives and securities trading. SGX was formed on 1 December 1999 as a holding company. The share capital of some former
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    TASE

    TASE

    • Companies traded: TASE:CRNT
    • Primary Regions: Israel
    The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE; Hebrew: הבורסה לניירות ערך בתל אביב‎; colloquially known as the Bursa) in Tel Aviv is Israel's only stock exchange. The TASE is the only public market for trading securities in Israel. It plays a major role in the Israeli economy. TASE lists some 622 companies, about 60 of which are also listed on stock exchanges in other countries. TASE also lists some 180 exchange-traded funds (ETFs), 60 government bonds, 500 corporate bonds, and more than 1000 mutual funds. There are 29 members that make up TASE. The list of members indicates that one of the members is a candidate. The precursor to the TASE was the Exchange Bureau for Securities, founded by the Anglo-Palestine Bank (which became Bank Leumi) in 1935. With rapid growth of the Israeli economy after the founding of the state, a formal stock exchange was incorporated and began operations in Tel Aviv in 1953. In 1983 the exchange moved to its current location in Tel Aviv. In 1993 TASE had the third largest number of IPOs of all the world stock exchanges. In 1999 the exchange completed its turnover to fully computerized trading, with the change orchestrated by Esther Levanon, who came to the exchange
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    Uganda Securities Exchange

    The Uganda Securities Exchange (USE) is the principal stock exchange of Uganda. It was founded in June 1997. The USE is operated under the jurisdiction of Uganda's Capital Markets Authority, which in turn reports to the Bank of Uganda, Uganda's central bank. The exchange's doors opened to trading in January 1998. At the time, the exchange had just one listing, a bond issued by the East African Development Bank. Trading was limited to only a handful of trades per week. As of June 2011, the USE trades fourteen (14) listed local and East African companies and has started the trading of fixed income instruments. The exchange, which is open five days a week, is a member of the African Stock Exchanges Association. Two new listings are expected by the end of Q1:2012. The USE operates in close association with the Dar-es-Salaam Stock Exchange in Tanzania and the Nairobi Stock Exchange in Kenya and plans are underway to integrate the three to form a single East African bourse. Trading takes place five days a week, Mondays through Fridays. During the first quarter of 2010, the Exchange adopted the Settlement and Clearing Depository (SCD) electronic trading system. Other electronic modalities
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    CNQ

    CNSX (Canadian National Stock Exchange) is an alternative stock exchange in Canada. It is the first full stock market to be approved by the Ontario Securities Commission in the past 70 years. The CNSX offers simplified reporting requirements and reduced barriers to listing. It is an alternative for micro cap and emerging companies. It had been known as CNQ until the organization re-branded itself in November, 2008. It is fully automated, rather than using the traditional "open outcry" physical trading floor system. The CNSX is located in Toronto, Canada and maintains a branch office in Vancouver. In September 2007 CNSX started operating a service called Pure Trading, an electronic communication network where most of the stocks listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange can be traded. The exchange's normal trading sessions are from 09:30am to 04:00pm EST on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance. In 2009, DundeeWealth stated that it had made an unspecified but "strategic" investment in CNSX. Official website
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    JASDAQ Securities Exchange

    JASDAQ Securities Exchange

    The JASDAQ Securities Exchange (ジャスダック証券取引所, Jasudakku Shōken Torihikisho) was a securities exchange headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, now the name of the market by the Osaka Securities Exchange in Kitahama, Osaka. JASDAQ is not related to NASDAQ in the United States, but operates an electronic trading system similar to NASDAQ. In 1963, the Japan Securities Dealers Association (日本証券業協会, Nippon Shōkengyō Kyōkai) set up an over-the-counter registration system for trading securities. This system was placed under the management of a private company, Japan OTC Securities (日本店頭証券, Nippon Tentō Shōken) in 1976. The JASDAQ automated quotation system became operational in 1991. In 2004, JASDAQ received a permit from the Prime Minister to reorganize as a securities exchange. It became the first new securities exchange in Japan in almost fifty years. On April 1, 2010, the Osaka Securities Exchange acquired the JASDAQ Securities Exchange, and merged JASDAQ, NEO, and Nippon New Market-Hercules markets to form the JASDAQ market. The exchange has pre-market sessions from 08:00am to 09:00am and normal trading sessions from 09:00am to 03:00pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and
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    Maldives Stock Exchange

    Maldives Stock Exchange

    The Maldives Stock Exchange (MSE), is a private sector Stock Exchange located at the 6th floor of M.Gold Hill (Champa Centre Point)in Malé, Maldives. A Securities Trading Floor (STF) was first established on 14 April 2002. It was operated by the Capital Market Development Authority (CMDA), the regulator. However, the Securities Act 2006 requires that CMDA invite offers from a private company to establish and operate a stock exchange. The Maldives Stock Exchange Pvt Ltd has been licensed to operate as a Stock Exchange since the 23 January 2008. As such the MSE started its operations effective from 24 January 2008. The primary function of MSE is to facilitate companies raise capital through the issue of new securities. The MSE provides a regulated market for the trading of securities between investors. The MSE is also the centre for trade reporting and pricing of the stocks. It also provides clearing, settlement and depository services through a subsidiary, the Maldives Securities Depository (MSD) With 5 listed companies and 4 trading members, the total market capitalization of the listed companies was MVR 2,125,519,460.00 as of 24 March 2008. The Maldives Stock Exchange Index
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    MICEX

    MICEX

    • Companies traded: MICEX:EESR
    The Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (Russian: Московская межбанковская валютная биржа) or MICEX was one of the largest universal stock exchanges in the Russian Federation and East Europe. MICEX opened in 1992 and was the leading Russian stock exchange. About 239 Russian companies were listed, with a market capitalization of US$950 billion as of December 2010. MICEX consisted of about 550 participating organizations and members, which trade for their clients. In 2006 the volume of transactions on the MICEX reached 20.38 trillion rubles (US$754.9 billion), representing more than 90% of the total turnover of the leading stock exchanges in the Russian stock market. In 2011 MICEX merged with Russian Trading System creating Moscow Exchange. MICEX started with currency auctions in November 1989 as an initiative by the Foreign trade and investment bank of the USSR. Thus, for the first time the market ruble exchange rate to dollar was established. In January 1992 it became the main platform for carrying out currency transactions for banks and enterprises. Until July 1992 the rate in the Moscow Interbank Stock Exchange was used by the Central Bank for the official quotation of ruble to
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    Pacific Exchange

    Pacific Exchange

    • Primary Regions: United States of America
    The Pacific Exchange was, until 2001, a regional stock exchange with a main exchange floor and building in San Francisco, California, USA and a branch in Los Angeles, California, USA. Its history began with the founding of the San Francisco Stock and Bond Exchange in 1882 and the Los Angeles Oil Exchange in 1889. In 1957, the two exchanges merged to create the Pacific Coast Stock Exchange, though trading floors were maintained in both cities. In 1973, The Exchange was renamed as the Pacific Stock Exchange and it began trading options three years later in 1976. In 1999, the exchange became the first U.S. stock exchange to demutualize. The trading floor in Los Angeles was closed in 2001, followed by the floor in San Francisco a year later. 2003 saw the exchange launch PCX Plus, an electronic options trading platform. By 2005, the Pacific Exchange was bought by the owner of the ArcaEx platform, Archipelago Holdings, which then merged with the New York Stock Exchange in 2006. The New York Stock Exchange conducts no business operations under the name Pacific Exchange, essentially ending its separate identity. Pacific Exchange equities and options trading now takes place exclusively
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    Taiwan Stock Exchange

    Taiwan Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Taiwan Stock Exchange:3064
    The Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation (TSEC, Chinese: 臺灣證券交易所) is a financial institution, located in Taipei 101, in Taipei, Taiwan. The TSEC was established in 1961 and began operating as a stock exchange on 9 February 1962. It is regulated by the Financial Supervisory Commission. As of 31 December 2010, the Taiwan Stock Exchange had 758 listed companies with a combined market capitalization of TWD 23,811,416 million. The exchange has normal trading sessions from 09:00am to 01:30pm and post-market sessions from 02:00pm to 02:30pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance. The current chairman of the TSEC is Mr. Chi Schive, the President is Samuel J.S. Hsu.
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    Turquoise

    • Companies traded: Turquoise:VIG
    Turquoise, is a European stock exchange platform based in London. Turquoise is jointly owned by several major investment banks that operate in Europe including BNP Paribas, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Societe Generale and UBS.
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    1 votes
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    Bolsa de Valores de Colombia

    Bolsa de Valores de Colombia

    The Bolsa de Valores de Colombia, also known as BVC, is the principal stock exchange of Colombia. It was created on July 3, 2001 by the union of three extant stock exchanges in Colombia: Bogotá Stock Exchange (Bolsa de Bogotá), Medellín Stock Exchange (Bolsa de Medellín) and Cali's Western Stock Exchange (Bolsa de Occidente). The company maintains offices in Bogotá, Medellín, Pereira and Cali. The idea of a stock exchange in Colombia occurred originally in Medellín at the beginning of the 20th century with an initiative in 1901 and then in Bogotá in 1903 with an unsuccessful outcome. It was not only until the late 1920s when the political and socio-economic landscape seemed to give more opportunities of survival. It was in mid 1928 when a group of entrepreneurs and government officials from Colombia and abroad organized the promotion of the Bogotá Stock Exchange (Sp. Bolsa de Bogotá) so they could establish the judicial and operational framework of the newly created organization. Former Minister of Economy and jurist Jorge Soto del Corral composed the regulations of the new entity and on November 23 of 1928 the public title 1702 was signed and constituted the Bogota Stock Exchange
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    Growth Enterprise Market

    Growth Enterprise Market (GEM) (Chinese: 創業板) is a stock market set up by Stock Exchange of Hong Kong for growth companies that do not fulfill the requirements of profitability or track record. GEM operates on the philosophy of "buyers beware" and "let the market decide" based on a strong disclosure regime. Its rules and requirements are designed to foster a culture of self compliance by listed issuers and sponsors in the discharge of their respective responsibilities. The following major features are to support this philosophy: Greater, More Frequent and Timely Disclosure GEM requires a listing applicant to disclose in detail its past business history and its future business plans which are key components of the listing documents. After listing, a GEM issuer is required to make half yearly comparison of its business progress with the business plan for the first 2 financial years, publish quarterly accounts in addition to half yearly and annual accounts and a shorter period is allowed to make available these information to the public. To allow market participants easy access to information, GEM has a separate website which provides comprehensive information covering all aspects of
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    Malta Stock Exchange

    The Malta Stock Exchange (Borża ta' Malta in Maltese) is a small but active stock exchange based in Malta's capital, Valletta. It oversees the trading of a handful of important stocks and is the marketplace for Malta's bond market. The Exchange began operation in 1992. It has, for the past ten years, been the regulator of the local capital market. During this period the Exchange has sought to perform this duty to the best of its abilities but the time has now come to review the matter. It is becoming increasingly obvious that Malta cannot afford to have a fragmented regulatory regime in the financial sector. One major factor that must be taken into consideration is the conflict that exists between the role of the Exchange as regulator of the Capital Market and the ability to market its services on a purely commercial level. This matter is currently being discussed at the highest level since any changes must require the review of various pieces of legislation and relative approval in the House of Representatives. The Malta Stock Exchange (MSE) has been boosted by a recent article in The Economist. Malta's equity index surged by more than 60% in 2005, after a 40% rise in 2004.
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    Santiago Stock Exchange

    Santiago Stock Exchange

    The Santiago Stock Exchange (SSE) (Spanish: Bolsa de Comercio de Santiago), founded on November 27, 1893, is Chile's dominant stock exchange. The exchange trades in stocks, bonds, investment funds, stock options, futures, gold and silver coins minted by the Banco Central de Chile, and US dollars on Telepregon, its electronic platform. The only floor trading conducted is the share market, concurrent with screen trading. Settlement for shares is T+2. The stock exchange works every day of the week, except weekends and financial holidays. The Board of Directors determines the schedule, and it generally is from 09:30 AM to 04:30 PM in winter and 05:30 in summer. Three stock market indices are published. The General Stock Price Index (Indice General de Precios de Acciones, or IGPA) is a market capitalization-weighted index that measures price variations of the majority of the exchange's listed stocks, classified by sectors according to its activity and revised annually. The index was developed with a base level of 100 as of December 30, 1980. The Selective Stock Price Index (Indice de Precios Selectivo de Acciones, or IPSA) is composed of the 40 most heavily traded stocks and revised
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    Sibiu Stock Exchange

    The Sibiu Monetary Financial and Commodities Exchange (Bursa Monetar Financiarã şi de Mãrfuri Sibiu or BMFMS in Romanian) is Romania's second largest financial market. It was founded in December 1994 in the historical city of Sibiu, Transylvania by 11 initial shareholders, its main activity was trading commodities on the spot market. In July 1997, BMFMS has become Romania's first derivatives exchange through the implementation of futures contracts. As opposed to The Bucharest Stock Exchange, Romania's largest stock market, BMFMS focuses almost exclusively on the exchange of derivative financial products. The Sibiu Bourse is Romania's first and largest market of Futures and Options contracts to the day. Contracts are based on Romanian stock index, currencies, cross rates, interest rates, and (the newest addition - SIBEX Gold) gold price. BMFMS operates its own safe clearing system, called the Romanian Clearing House (Casa Romana de Compensatie or CRC in Romanian), offering a secure market for hedgers and speculators. It practices Margin trading, with margins usually running in the range of 10-20%. Margin trading implies leverage and higher levels of risk, with amplified profits and
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    Wiener Börse

    • Companies traded: Wiener Börse:BFC
    The Wiener Börse AG (also known as the Vienna Stock Exchange) is the only stock exchange in Vienna, Austria, and one of the most established exchanges in Eastern- and Southeastern Europe. Wiener Börse is one of the world's oldest exchanges and was founded in 1771 during the reign of Empress Maria Theresa of Austria in order to provide a market for state issued bonds. The crash on 9 May 1873, of the Vienna Stock Exchange – the so-called "Gründerkrach" or "founders’ crash" – was part of a worldwide downturn which, in the US, led to the September 1873 bankruptcy of the Philadelphia banking firm Jay Cooke. The Panic of 1873 and Long Depression followed. Today, the Vienna Stock Exchange operates the only securities exchange in Austria as well as the Energy Exchange Austria, EXAA, and the CEGH Gas Exchange of the Vienna Stock Exchange. It provides trading infrastructure (XETRA and EUREX), market data and information to ensure the execution of stock exchange transactions and facilitate the interaction among all market participants. The core business of the exchange is the operation of a cash market (equity market, bond market), a futures market as well as a market for trading in
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    Bulgarian Stock Exchange - Sofia

    The Bulgarian Stock Exchange – Sofia (Bulgarian: Българска фондова борса - София, Balgarska fondova borsa - Sofia, abbreviated BSE - Sofia) is a stock exchange operating in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. It was originally founded as Sofia Stock Exchange on 15 April 1914 through a tsar's decree, but ceased to operate after the Second World War as Bulgaria became a communist state. It was re-established in late 1991. As of November 2011, the total market capitalization of the Bulgarian Stock Exchange is around $8.5 bln. The exchange has pre-market sessions from 09:00am to 09:20am, normal trading sessions from 09:20am to 01:45pm and post-market sessions from 01:45pm to 04:00pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance. The Bulgarian Stock Exchange publishes the following indices: As of May 2010, the Bulgarian Stock Exchange is 44% owned by the Bulgarian government, which is looking for potential worldwide investors, some of them being the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Athens Stock Exchange, OMX, the Prague Stock Exchange, etc.
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    Montreal Exchange

    Montreal Exchange

    • Primary Regions: Canada
    The Montreal Exchange or MX (Bourse de Montréal, formerly Montreal Stock Exchange (MSE)) is a derivatives exchange, located in Montreal, that trades futures contracts and options on equities, indices, currencies, ETFs, energy and interest rates. Since 1965, it has been located in the Tour de la Bourse (Stock Exchange Tower), Montreal's third-tallest building. It is owned by Toronto- based TMX Group. The first exchange in Canada began in 1832 as an informal stock exchange at the Exchange Coffee House in Montreal. In 1872, Lorn MacDougall, along with his brothers Hartland St. Clair MacDougall and George Campbell MacDougall, James Burnett and Frank Bond were the driving force behind the creation of the Montreal Stock Exchange (a name that was used until 1982 when it became the Montreal Exchange). The shareholders voted Lorn MacDougall its first Chairman of the Governing Committee, a position he held until poor health forced him to retire in 1883. By 1910, the number of trades amounted to about $2.1 million whereas the Toronto Stock Exchange only amounted to $900,000. The prosperity of the Montreal Stock Exchange led to the creation of major corporations like Dominion Textile and
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    Sarajevo Stock Exchange

    The Sarajevo Stock Exchange or SASE (Bosnian: Sarajevska Berza) is a stock exchange which operates in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Sarajevo Stock Exchange was founded in September 2001 and commenced trading on April 12, 2002, as a central marketplace for trading in securities in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which together with the Republika Srpska, makes up the post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina. The SASE was founded as a joint-stock company. It had eight founding members. According to the Securities Law, SASE members can only be legal entities - brokerage houses whos sole activity is trading in securities, with headquarters in Bosnia and Hercegovina. The founding capital of the exchange was BAM 200.000 (1 BAM = 0.51 EUR). All SASE members must be licensed for securities trading by the Securities Commission of the Federation of Bosnia and Hercegovina. Only those brokers authorized by the SASE members, who have passed a brokers' exam are allowed to trade. The Securities Commission defines the manner and conditions for taking the exam and for revoking the licence. A broker is required to hold a valid licence issued by the Agency. The SASE currently has 16 members,
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    Tadawul

    Saudi Stock Exchange (Arabic: السوق المالية السعودية‎) or Tadawul (Arabic: تداول‎) is the only stock exchange in Saudi Arabia. It is supervised by the Capital Market Authority. The Tadawul All-Share Index (TASI) reached its highest point at 20,634.86 on 25 February 2006. It lists 156 publicly traded companies (as of September 2, 2012). Its trading hours are 11AM to 3:30PM, Saturday to Wednesday. On January 26, 1994 the market value was 1,751.71. Below, Tadawul's Yearly Closing Values Since 1994.
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    Bolsa de Valores de la República Dominicana

    Bolsa de Valores de la República Dominicana (Stock Market of the Dominican Republic, BVRD) is the only stock exchange in the Dominican Republic, basically performing a transaction regulation function. It began operations in 1991 and is viewed as a cornerstone of the country's integration into the global economy and domestic development. It is also one of the most active stock exchanges in Latin America. The BVRD operates Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. During April 1980, a group of Dominican industralists began to meet with the intention of formalizing a stock market and creating a regulating body guarded by the transparency and the efficiency of the operations in this market. This group consisted of Ricardo Valdéz Albízu, Hector Rizek, Ramón Mena, Winston Marrero, Otto Montero, Frederic Eman-Zadé, Luis Sabater and Rosendo Alvarez III. During 1987 this original group contacted Robert Bishop, the former vice-president of the New York Stock Exchange, to assist with the markets creation. The Dominican Republics first stock exchange finally came into legal existence under Presidential Decree No. 554-89 that was passed on February 20, 1989, but actually did not begin
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    Botswana Stock Exchange

    The Botswana Stock Exchange is a small but thriving stock exchange located in Gaborone, Botswana. The Botswana share market was established in 1989 and became the Botswana Stock Exchange in 1995. It is governed by the Botswana Stock Exchange Act. The BSE has about 35 market listings and 3 stock indices: the Domestic company index (BSE DCI); the Foreign company index (BSE FCI), incorporating companies which are dual listed on the BSE and another stock exchange; and the All Company Index, which is a weighted average of the DCI and FCI. As well as equities, BDC bond and Investec Floating Rate Notes are traded. Private investors are estimated to account for under 10% of the total market capitalisation. Foreign-based mining companies make up over 90%. The exchange's normal trading sessions are from 09:30am to 10:30am on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance. The licensing authority for brokers in Botswana is the Ministry of Finance. Membership may be corporate or individual.
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    TSX

    TSX

    • Companies traded: TSX:GIB.A
    • Primary Regions: Canada
    Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX, formerly TSE) is the largest stock exchange in Canada, the third largest in North America and the seventh largest in the world by market capitalization. Based in Canada's largest city, Toronto, it is owned by and operated as a subsidiary of the TMX Group for the trading of senior equities. A broad range of businesses from Canada, the United States, Europe, and other countries are represented on the exchange. In addition to conventional securities, the exchange lists various exchange-traded funds, split share corporations, income trusts and investment funds. The Toronto Stock Exchange is the leader in the mining and oil & gas sector; more mining and oil & gas companies are listed on Toronto Stock Exchange than any other exchange in the world. The Toronto Stock Exchange likely descended from the Association of Brokers, a group formed by Toronto businessmen on July 26, 1852. No official records of the group's transactions have survived. On October 25, 1861, twenty-four men gathered at the Masonic Hall to officially create the Toronto Stock Exchange. The exchange was formally incorporated by an act of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario in 1878. The TSX
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    Karachi Stock Exchange

    • Primary Regions: Pakistan
    The Karachi Stock Exchange or KSE is a stock exchange located in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. It is Pakistan's largest and oldest stock exchange, with many Pakistani as well as overseas listings. Currently located in Stock Exchange Building on Stock Exchange Road, in the heart of Karachi's Business District, off I. I. Chundrigar Road Founded in 1947, Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) is the biggest and most liquid exchange in Pakistan. It was declared the “Best Performing Stock Market of the World for the year 2002”. A total of 654 companies were listed on December 8, 2009 with a market capitalization of Rs. 8.561 trillion (US$ 120.5 billion) having listed capital of Rs. 2805.873 billion (US$ 40.615 billion). The KSE-100 Index closed at 11,967 on May 16, 2011. Total market capitalisation of the KSE reached Rs 2.95 trillion (US$ 35 billion approximately) on July 30, 2011. The exchange has pre-market sessions from 09:15am to 09:30am and normal trading sessions from 09:30am to 03:30pm. The karachi stock exchange has undergone a considerable deal of downturn partly due to global financial crisis and partly on account of domestic troubles. It remained suspended in excess of 4 months and resumed
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    Ludhiana Stock Exchange Association

    Ludhiana Stock Exchange Association Limited (LSE) was established in the year 1983. By 1999-2000, the exchange had a total of 284 brokers, out of which 79 were corporate brokers. Among 284 brokers, it was further classified as 212 proprietor broker, 2 partnership broker and 70 corporate broker. Then, there was only 23 sub-brokers registered. Ludhiana Stock Exchange became the second bourse in India to introduce modified carryforward system after BSE on April 6, 1998. On the same date, LSE also introduced a settlement guarantee fund (SGF). The SGF guarantees settlement of transactions and the carryforward facility provides liquidity to the market. LSE became the first in India to start LSE Securities Ltd., a 100% owned subsidiary of the exchange. The LSE Securities got the ticket as sub-broker of the NSE. In 1998, the exchange also got permission to start derivative trading. For the settlement of dematerialised securities, the Ludhiana Stock Exchange has also been linked up with National Securities Depository Ltd. (NSDL).
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    PLUS Markets Group

    • Companies traded: PLUS Markets Group:FWWCYP
    • Primary Regions: England
    The PLUS Markets Group plc owns and operates the PLUS market, an independent equity market based in the City of London. It currently trades over 850 small and mid-cap company shares, representing a combined market capitalisation of over ᅡᆪ150-billion. Market participants benefit from an additional pool of liquidity offering execution quality at cheaper dealing costs. Companies can access PLUS by having their shares traded on the PLUS quote-driven trading platform while listed or quoted elsewhere, or by being quoted on the PLUS primary market. PLUS-quoted companies benefit from cost-effective access to capital and robust regulatory standards. PLUS Markets Group is regulated by the UK Financial Services Authority and is applying for Recognised Investment Exchange status.
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    Bolsa de Valores de Montevideo

    Bolsa de Valores de Montevideo, known as the Bolsa de Montevideo or as BVM, is the principal stock exchange of Uruguay. It is based in Montevideo and was founded in 1867.
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    Borsa Italiana

    Borsa Italiana

    • Companies traded: Borsa Italiana:ENI
    The Borsa Italiana S.p.A., based in Milan, is Italy's main stock exchange. It was privatised in 1997 and is a part of the London Stock Exchange Group plc since 2007. In 2005, the companies listed on the Borsa were worth US$890 billion. It is also informally known as Piazza Affari ("Business Square"), after the city square of Milan where its headquarters (the Palazzo Mezzanotte building) is located. The Borsa di commercio di Milano (Milan Stock Exchange) was established by Eugène de Beauharnais, viceroy of the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy, through decrees dated 16 January and 6 February 1808. It operated under public ownership until 1998. It was sold to a consortium of banks, and operated under a joint-stock holding company between 2 January 1998 and on 1 October 2007, when it was merged with the London Stock Exchange in an all-share takeover. Borsa Italiana has managing responsibility for Italy's derivatives markets (IDEM and MIF) and its fixed income market (MOT). On the MOT (Electronic Government Bond and Securities Market), buy and sell contracts are traded on government securities and nonconvertible bonds; the EuroMOT is the Euro-Bond Electronic Market that trades Eurobonds,
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    Bursa Malaysia

    • Companies traded: Bursa Malaysia:BAT
    Bursa Malaysia (MYX: 1818) is an exchange holding company approved under Section 15 of the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007. It operates a fully integrated exchange, offering the complete range of exchange-related services including trading, clearing, settlement and depository services. Bursa Malaysia (MYX: 1818) previously known as Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE, Bursa Saham Kuala Lumpur in Malay) dates back to 1930 when the Singapore Stockbrokers' Association was set up as a formal organisation dealing in securities in Malaya. The first formal securities business organisation in Malaysia was the Singapore Stockbrokers' Association, established in 1930. It was re-registered as the Malayan Stockbrokers' Association in 1937. The Malayan Stock Exchange was established in 1960 and the public trading of shares commenced. The board system had trading rooms in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, linked by direct telephone lines. In 1964, the Stock Exchange of Malaysia was established. With the secession of Singapore from Malaysia in 1965, the Stock Exchange of Malaysia became known as the Stock Exchange of Malaysia and Singapore. In 1973, currency interchangeability between Malaysia and
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    Iraq Stock Exchange

    The Iraq Stock Exchange ('ISX), formally the Baghdad Stock Exchange, is a stock exchange in Baghdad, Iraq. The Iraq Stock Exchange was incorporated and began operations in June 2004. It operates under the oversight of the Iraq Securities Commission, an independent commission modeled after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. June Reed is an American adviser to the stock exchange. Before the 2003 invasion of Iraq, it was called the Baghdad Stock Exchange and was operated by the Iraqi Ministry of Finance. Now it is a self-regulated organization similar to the New York Stock Exchange, owned by the 50 or so member brokerages. As of 2005, the ISX was Iraq's only stock exchange. It opened in 2004 with 15 companies, and now lists more than 100 companies. Turnover of shares in 2005 was approximately $5 million USD per trading session. Major stocks included Bank of Baghdad, Baghdad Soft Drinks Co, Iraqi Tufted Carpets Co, Hader Marble, and Altherar Agriculture. Aswat al-Iraq news agency covers every trading session with reports published on the web in English and Arabic Trading was with pen and paper. Buyers shouted at or called into their brokers, who stood near their whiteboards
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    Lahore Stock Exchange

    • Primary Regions: Pakistan
    Lahore Stock Exchange (Guarantee) Limited (LSE) is Pakistan's second largest stock exchange after the Karachi Stock Exchange. It is located in Lahore, Pakistan. The Lahore Stock Exchange (Guarantee) Limited came into existence in October 1970, under the Securities and Exchange Ordinance of 1969 by the Government of Pakistan in response to the needs of the provincial metropolis of the province of Punjab. It initially had 83 members and was housed in a rented building in the crowded Bank Square area of Lahore. The number of listed companies has increased to 519 since its inception. With 37 sectors of the economy and 519 listed companies with total capital of Rs. 555.67 billion having market capitalization of around Rs. 2.51 trillion . The LSE has 152 members of which 81 are corporate, and 54 are individual members. The LSE was the first stock exchange in Pakistan to use the internet and currently 50% of its transactions are via the internet. The Lahore Stock Exchange has opened branches in the industrial cities of Faisalabad and Sialkot for trading. The Sialkot branch is referred to as the "Sialkot Trading Floor". LSE-25: The Lahore Stock Exchange Twenty Five company index calculates
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    Port Moresby Stock Exchange

    Port Moresby Stock Exchange

    Port Moresby Stock Exchange is the principal stock exchange of Papua New Guinea. It is located in Port Moresby and it was founded in 1999. Its name is abbreviated to "POMSoX" At the time of its founding POMSox was funded by the Bank of Papua New Guinea, which is the central bank of Papua New Guinea. According to POMSoX's website, "POMSoX is closely aligned to the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX). The ASX has licensed to POMSoX its Business and Listing Rules. POMSoX procedures are a mirror image of the ASX."
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    Amman Stock Exchange

    Amman Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Amman Stock Exchange:APCT
    Amman Stock Exchange (ASE) is a stock exchange private institution in Jordan. It is named "Amman" after the country's capital city, Amman. The ASE was established in March 1999 as a non-profit, private institution with administrative and financial autonomy. It is authorized to function as an exchange for the trading of securities. The exchange is governed by a seven-member board of directors. A chief executive officer oversees day-to-day responsibilities and reports to the board. The members of ASE are Jordan's 68 brokerage firms. The ASE is committed to the principles of fairness, transparency, efficiency, and liquidity. The exchange seeks to provide a strong and secure environment for its listed securities while protecting and guaranteeing the rights of its investors. To provide this transparent and efficient market, the ASE has implemented internationally recognized directives regarding market divisions and listing criteria. To comply with international standards and best practices, the ASE works closely with the Jordan Securities Commission JSC on surveillance matters and maintains strong relationships with other exchanges, associations, and international organizations. The
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    Amsterdam Stock Exchange

    Amsterdam Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Amsterdam Stock Exchange:REN
    The Amsterdam Stock Exchange is the former name for the stock exchange based in Amsterdam. It merged on 22 September 2000 with the Brussels Stock Exchange and the Paris Stock Exchange to form Euronext, and is now known as Euronext Amsterdam. The Amsterdam Stock Exchange is considered the oldest in the world. It was established in 1602 by the Dutch East India Company (Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie, or "VOC") for dealings in its printed stocks and bonds. It was subsequently renamed the Amsterdam Bourse and was the first to formally begin trading in securities. The European Option Exchange (EOE) was founded in 1978 in Amsterdam as a futures and options exchange. In 1983 it started a stock market index, called the EOE index, consisting of the 25 largest companies that trade on the stock exchange. In 1997 the Amsterdam Stock Exchange and the EOE merged, and its blue chip index was renamed AEX, for "Amsterdam EXchange". It is now managed by Euronext Amsterdam. On 3 October 2011, Princess Máxima opened the new trading floor of the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. The former Stock Exchange building was the Beurs van Berlage.
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    Athens Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Athens Stock Exchange:FIDO
    The Athens Stock Exchange or ASE or ATHEX (Greek: Χρηματιστήριο Αθηνών or ΧΑ) is a stock exchange located in Athens, Greece. The Athens Stock Exchange started trading in 1876. The Athens Stock Exchange is a subsidiary of Hellenic Exchanges S.A., whose shares are listed in ATHEX. In August 1999, the derivatives market started trading, and in 2002 the Athens Stock Exchange and the Athens Derivatives Exchange merged to form the Athens Stock Exchange. Until 2007, the exchange was located in Psiris, on Sofocleous Street, near the central business district of Athens. For this reason the Exchange and Sofocleous St became synonymous with each other. It is now located in its new headquarters at 110 Athinon Street, also called Kavalas Street. The exchange's trading hours are from 10:00am to 05:20pm Monday to Friday, and is closed on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance. Companies listed on the exchange are regulated by the Hellenic Capital Market Commission. For a complete listing, see: List of companies listed on the Athens Exchange
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    Bahrain Stock Exchange

    The Bahrain Stock Exchange (BSE) was established in 1987 by Amiri Decree No.(4) and officially commenced operations on June 17, 1989, with 29 listed companies. Currently, there are 50 companies listed on the exchange. The BSE operates as an autonomous institution supervised by an independent Board of Directors, chaired by the Governor of the Central Bank of Bahrain. The BSE has pre-market sessions from 9:15am to 9:30am and normal trading sessions from 9:30am to 12:30pm, from Sunday to Thursday, except for holidays declared by the Exchange in advance. There are three indices that track the BSE: the Bahrain All Share Index, the Dow Jones Bahrain Index and the Estirad Index. Currently, foreigners can purchase, own or sell bonds, units of mutual funds, and warrants of domestic joint-stock companies. Foreigners who reside in Bahrain for one year or more are entitled to purchase, own, and/or trade up to 49% of a domestic joint-stock company’s equities. However, an individual foreigner may not own more than 1% of a company’s issued capital. There are ten companies that are completely open to foreign investors; Arab Banking Corporation (ABC), Arab Insurance Group (ARIG), Ahli United Bank
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    Bangalore Stock Exchange

    Bangalore Stock Exchange (BgSE) is a public stock exchange based in Bangalore, India. It was founded in 1963 and currently has 595 regional and non-regional companies listed. In September 2005, the BgSE announced plans to go public by divesting at least 51% of its ownership. The stock exchange is managed by a Council of Management, consisting of members appointed by the Securities and Exchange Board of India. First stock exchange in South India to start electronic trading of securities in 1996. Some of the companies that trade on the BgSE include Infosys, Wipro, United Breweries and Bharat Electronics Limited. The Bangalore Stock Exchange Limited (BgSE) is a self regulatory organisation located in the garden city of India. The Exchange is managed by the Governing Board consisting of members nominated by Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI), Public Representatives, Elected members and an Executive Director. The Exchange has been serving the investor community continuously since its inception in 1963. Over the decades, it has been a journey of progress to the Exchange from the pith to the pinnacle, from the alcove to the acme and, has emerged as a premier Exchange in India. The
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    BMV

    BMV

    • Companies traded: BMV:AMX
    • Primary Regions: Mexico
    The Mexican Stock Exchange (Spanish: Bolsa Mexicana de Valores, BMV; BMV: BOLSA) is Mexico's only stock exchange. It is situated on Paseo de la Reforma, a prestigious avenue in central Mexico City. The total value of the Domestic Market Capitalization of the BMV was calculated at US$409 billion at the end of 2011, and raised to US$451 billion by the end of February this year, making it the second largest stock exchange in Latin America (after Brazil's BM&F Bovespa) and the fifth largest in the Americas. BMV is now a public company following its IPO in June 2008, and its shares are traded on the BMV equities market. It operates by concession of the Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit. Until its IPO BMV was owned by its members, which were a group of banks and brokerage firms. The exchange trades debt instruments including Federal Treasury certificates (CETES), Federal Government Development bonds (BONDES), Investment Unit bonds (UDIBONOS), Bankers acceptances, promissory notes with yield payable at maturity, commercial paper and development bank bonds. In addition, it also trades stocks, debentures, mutual fund shares, and warrants. Trading is conducted electronically through
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    Bourse des Valeurs d'Abidjan

    The Abidjan Stock Exchange (Bourse des Valeurs d'Abidjan), Côte d'Ivoire, was the only stock exchange in the francophone West African countries until the formation of BRVM in 1998. It was established in 1974, started trading in 1976, and was closed at the end of December 1997.
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    Bratislava Stock Exchange

    Bratislava Stock Exchange

    Bratislava Stock Exchange (Slovak: Burza cenných papierov v Bratislave, abbr. BSSE, BCPB) is a Stock Exchange in Bratislava, that began its existence on 15 March 1991 according to adjudication of Ministry of Finance of Slovakia in 1990. BSSE is the only organizer of the market with the security papers in Slovakia. It is in operation since 21 June 2001. The trading started at BSSE on 6 April 1993. The seat of the stock exchange is Vysoká 17, Bratislava. The official stock index for the Bratislava Stock Exchange is SAX (abbr. from Slovenský akciový index; in Slovak: Slovak Share Index). It is a capital-weighted index based on a comparison of market capitalization selected set of shares with a market capitalization of the same set of the reference date. It is an index that reflects the overall change of assets associated with investing in shares, which are included in the index. It includes changes in prices as well as dividend income and income related to changes in the size of the share capital. The initial value of the index is 100 points and binds to the date of the 14 September 1993.
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    BSE

    BSE

    • Companies traded: BSE:500483
    • Primary Regions: India
    Bombay Stock Exchange, commonly referred to as the BSE, (Bombay Śhare Bāzaār) is a stock exchange located on Dalal Street, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It is the oldest stock exchange in Asia. The equity market capitalization of the companies listed on the BSE was US$1 trillion as of December 2011, making it the 6th largest stock exchange in Asia and the 14th largest in the world. The BSE has the largest number of listed companies in the world. As of March 2012, there are over 5,133 listed Indian companies and over 8,196 scrips on the stock exchange, the Bombay Stock Exchange has a significant trading volume. The BSE SENSEX, also called "BSE 30", is a widely used market index in India and Asia. Though many other exchanges exist, BSE and the National Stock Exchange of India account for the majority of the equity trading in India. While both have similar total market capitalization (about USD 1.6 trillion), share volume in NSE is typically two times that of BSE. The hours of operation for the BSE quoted above are stated in terms the local time (GMT + 5:30). BSE's normal trading sessions are on all days of the week except Saturday, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in
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    Chicago Board Options Exchange

    • Primary Regions: United States of America
    The Chicago Board Options Exchange (NASDAQ: CBOE), located at 400 South LaSalle Street in Chicago, is the largest U.S. options exchange with annual trading volume that hovered around one billion contracts at the end of 2007. CBOE offers options on over 2,200 companies, 22 stock indices, and 140 exchange-traded funds (ETFs). The Chicago Board of Trade established the Chicago Board Options Exchange in 1973. The first exchange to list standardized, exchange-traded stock options began its first day of trading on April 26, 1973, in a celebration of the 125th birthday of the Chicago Board of Trade. The CBOE is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission. CBOE's options contracts are cleared by the Options Clearing Corporation (OCC). As of approximately April 11, 2007, the Wall Street Journal estimates that globally the market capitalization of the derivatives markets (futures, options, swaps, etc.) exceeds 450 trillion dollars (while US stock exchanges have approximately 30 trillion and the rest of the worlds stock exchanges total to about another 20 trillion, to a total of about 50 trillion--while the global fixed income markets total to roughly 65 trillion). In 2004, CBOE
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    Gre Tai Securities Market

    The Gre Tai Securities Market (GTSM; 證券櫃檯買賣中心) is a foundation which organized for serving the over-the-counter (OTC) market and bond trading of Taiwan. It was formally found on November 1, 1994. The initial fund of the foundation was donated by the Taiwan Stock Exchange, Taiwan Securities Association, and Taiwan Depository & Clearing. It headquarter is located at Zhongzheng District of Taipei City. The exchange has normal trading sessions from 09:00am to 02:00pm and post-market sessions from 02:00pm to 02:30pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance.
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    Jakarta Stock Exchange

    Jakarta Stock Exchange (JSX) or in Indonesian Bursa Efek Jakarta (BEJ) was a stock exchange based in Jakarta, Indonesia, before it merged with the Surabaya Stock Exchange to form the Indonesian Stock Exchange. Originally opened in 1912 under the Dutch colonial government, it was re-opened in 1977 after several closures during World War I and World War II. After being reopened in 1977, the exchange was under the management of the newly created Capital Market Supervisory Agency (Badan Pengawas Pasar Modal, or Bapepam), which answered to the Ministry of Finance. Trading activity and market capitalization grew alongside the development of Indonesia's financial markets and private sector – highlighted by a major bull run in 1990. On July 13, 1992, the exchange was privatized under the ownership of Jakarta Exchange Inc. As a result, the functions of Bapepam changed to become the Capital Market Supervisory Agency. On March 22, 1995 JSX launched the Jakarta Automated Trading System (JATS). In September 2007, Jakarta Stock Exchange and Surabaya Stock Exchange merged and named Indonesian Stock Exchange by Indonesian Minister of Finance. Two of the primary stock market indices used to measure
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    Kuwait Stock Exchange

    Kuwait Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Kuwait Stock Exchange:JAZEERA
    The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) is the national stock market of The State of Kuwait. Although several share holding companies (such as NBK in 1952) existed in Kuwait prior to the creation of the KSE, it was not until October 1962 that a law was passed to organize the country's stock market. The Kuwait Stock Exchange is also among the first and largest stock exchanges in the Persian Gulf region, and is now gaining prominence as one of the most potentially important in the world. As of February 2009:
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    Nasdaq Canada

    NASDAQ Canada is a wholly owned subsidiary of The NASDAQ Stock Market Inc. and was created to extend Nasdaq's North American trading platform within Canada. Nasdaq Canada exists to enhance and ensure Canadian investors' immediate trading access (including real time availability of all relevant data) of all Nasdaq securities and issuers with the ability to raise capital more efficiently. Nasdaq Canada is regulated jointly by the NASDR and the Québec Securities Commission (CVMQ). NASDAQ Canada commenced functioning with the inaugural opening of its office from Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on 21 November 2000. In the first phase of the development of Nasdaq Canada, trading operations were initially started with Nasdaq workstations and terminals installed at 10 participating Canadian securities firms in Montreal. The 10 initial Canadian brokerages participating in Nasdaq Canada are: This enabled these firms to trade the 5,000 Nasdaq-listed companies directly through their local broker, including the 42 Canadian companies previously listed solely on Nasdaq U.S On December 2000, there were 146 Canadian companies were listed on NASDAQ. Helen Kearns was the first President of Nasdaq Canada.
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    Newcastle Stock Exchange

    Newcastle Stock Exchange (NSX) is a small stock exchange based in Newcastle, Australia. It is owned and operated by NSX Limited, which is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (listed 13 January 2005). On 20 December 2006 the Newcastle Stock Exchange formally sought approval and was granted a change of name by the Minister to National Stock Exchange of Australia and still trades by the acronym of NSX. The NSX lists various small companies. Trading is all-electronic based on time and price priority using NETS (the NSX Electronic Trading System) which is based on OMX Group X-stream trading platform. Settlement of securities is electronic and on a T+3 basis utilising the ASTC CHESS system. NSX Limited acquired Bendigo Stock Exchange on 12 April 2005. The Wollongong Exchange is a sub-market of the NSX, based in Wollongong. It was established 27 October 2005 as a joint venture between NSX Limited, the Wollongong City Council, and the Illawarra Business Chamber. It targets small to medium-sized businesses in the Illawarra region, with easier listing requirements than the Australian Stock Exchange. NSX created the first publicly tradeable taxi licence market in conjunction with the
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    PSE

    • Companies traded: PSE:ABS
    The Philippine Stock Exchange (Filipino: Pamilihang Sapi ng Pilipinas) (PSE: PSE) is the national stock exchange of the Philippines. It is one of the oldest stock exchanges in Southeast Asia, having been in continuous operation since its inception in 1927. It currently maintains two trading floors, one at its headquarters at the PSE Plaza Ayala Triangle, Ayala Tower One in Makati City's Central Business District, and one at the Philippine Stock Exchange Centre (Tektite Towers), Ortigas Center in Pasig City. The PSE is composed of a 15-man Board of Directors, chaired by José T. Pardo. The main index for PSE is the PSE Composite Index or PSEi, which is composed of thirty (30) listed companies. The selection of companies in the PSEi is based on a specific set of criteria. There are also six additional sector-based indices. Trading on the PSE trading starts at 9:30 am PST and ends at 12:00 pm, pauses for a 1 hour 30 minute break, and resumes trading from 1:30 pm to a 3:30 pm session closure. The Philippine Stock Exchange was formed from the country’s two former stock exchanges, the Manila Stock Exchange (MSE), established on August 8, 1927, and the Makati Stock Exchange (MkSE), which
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    Shenzhen Stock Exchange

    Shenzhen Stock Exchange

    • Companies traded: Shenzhen Stock Exchange:002115
    The Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) (Chinese: 深圳证券交易所) is one of the People's Republic of China's two stock exchanges, alongside the Shanghai Stock Exchange. It is based in Shenzhen, China. The market capitalization of its listed companies was about US$ 1 trillion in 2011. Many of the companies within this market are subsidiaries of companies in which the Chinese government maintains controlling interest. The exchange has pre-market sessions from 09:15am to 09:25am and normal trading sessions from 09:30am to 11:30am and 1:00pm to 3:00pm China Standard Time (UTC+8) on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance. The exchange opened the ChiNext (创业板) board, a NASDAQ-type exchange for high-growth, high-tech start-ups, on October 23, 2009. (As of July 2008) Many Chinese companies are listed on this exchange.
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    Tallinn Stock Exchange

    The Tallinn Stock Exchange is a stock exchange operating in Tallinn, Estonia. It is one of the OMX Exchanges, which also operates Helsinki Stock Exchange and Stockholm Stock Exchange and is the only regulated exchange in Estonia. It has a pre-market session from 09:00 to 10:00, a normal trading session from 10:00 to 16:00 and post-market session from 16:00 to 16:30. The major stock market index is OMX Tallinn, formerly known as TALSE.
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    Tirana Stock Exchange

    The Tirana Stock Exchange (Albanian: Bursa e Tiranës) is the principal stock exchange in Albania. It is located in the capital city, Tirana. Its name is abbreviated as TSE. The general manager of the stock exchange is Anila Fureraj. The TSE began operations as a department of Albania's central bank, the Bank of Albania, in 1996, concurrent with the establishment of the Albanian Securities Commission, with a full membership in the Euro-Asian Federation of Stock Exchanges (FEAS). The market functioned as a department of the central bank until it was spun off as an independent entity in 2002.
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    Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange

    Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange

    The Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange (TTSE) is the main stock exchange in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Currently the leading stock exchange in the Caribbean region (by market capitalization), the Trinidad and Tobago stock exchange caters mostly to the strong financial position of many indigenous companies incorporated in Trinidad and Tobago. As a member-state of CARICOM several companies from Barbados, Jamaica, and the Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange also cross-list their stocks onto the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange. The TTSE has experienced some slowdown, both in terms of activity and listings, within the last decade, stemming from legislation which restricted institutions from holding more than 10% of their portfolio in any single company's shares. The Global Recession (2007-2010) has also contributed to a depressed state of liquidity, listings and pricing on the TTSE. As of May 2011 the TTSE Market Capitalization was estimated at TT$83.5 billion (US$13 billion), with conglomerates and financial institutions accounting for the vast majority of value. The companies with the greatest capitalisation on the exchange were Republic Bank (RBL) and First Caribbean
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    U.S. Futures Exchange

    U.S. Futures Exchange (USFE) was a Chicago-based, electronic futures exchange that terminated all exchange operations effective December 31, 2008. On December 17, 2008, MF Global had announced USFE was for sale or would be closed by December 31, 2008. USFE was originally Eurex US who bought BrokerTec, but applied and received its own futures exchange license from the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission. In October 2006, Man Group bought a majority share of Eurex US and rebranded the exchange U.S. Futures Exchange. It has been working to release a set of new products under a strategy of bringing innovation to the 100+ year old derivatives business. The chief executive officer was John Spiegel. On September 3, 2008, USFE announced an exclusive licensing agreement with Deutsche Borse to launch a mini-sized U.S. dollar-denominated DAX(R) futures contract to be launched October 1, 2008. The new contract carried a $10 multiplier, enabling U.S. futures traders access to a leading German stock market index without currency exposure. On April 18, 2007 USFE launched its first contracts since being re-branded. The first was a Binary Event Future on whether the Chicago Mercantile
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