List of stock exchanges

This is a list of major stock exchanges. Those futures exchanges that also offer trading in securities besides trading in futures contracts are listed both here and at the list of futures exchanges.

There are sixteen stock exchanges in the world that have a market capitalization of over US$1 trillion each. They are sometimes referred to as the "$1 Trillion Club". These exchanges accounted for 87% of global market capitalization in 2015.[1] Some exchanges do include companies from outside the country where the exchange is located.

Major stock exchanges

Major stock exchange groups (top 20 by market capitalization) of issued shares of listed companies, as of 30 November 2018.[2]

Rank Stock exchange Region Market place Market cap
(USD bn)
Monthly trade volume
(USD bn)
Time zone Δ DST Open
(local)
Close
(local)
Lunch
(local)
Open
(UTC)
Close
(UTC)
1 New York Stock Exchange  United States New York City 30,923 1,452 EST/EDT −5 Mar–Nov 09:30 16:00 No 14:30 21:00
2 NASDAQ  United States New York City 10,857 1,262 EST/EDT −5 Mar–Nov 09:30 16:00 No 14:30 21:00
3 Japan Exchange Group  Japan Tokyo 5,679 481 JST +9 09:00 15:00 11:30–12:30 00:00 06:00
4 Shanghai Stock Exchange  China Shanghai 4,026 536 CST +8 09:30 15:00 11:30–13:00 01:30 07:00
5 Hong Kong Stock Exchange  Hong Kong Hong Kong 3,936 182 HKT +8 09:15 16:00 12:00–13:00 01:15 08:00
6 Euronext  European Union Amsterdam
Brussels
Dublin
Lisbon
Paris
3,927 174 CET/CEST +1 Mar–Oct 09:00 17:30 No 08:00 16:30
7 London Stock Exchange Group  United Kingdom London
Milan
3,767 219 GMT/BST +0 Mar–Oct 08:00 16:30 No 08:00 16:30
8 Shenzhen Stock Exchange  China Shenzhen 2,504 763 CST +8 09:30 15:00 11:30–13:00 01:30 07:00
9 TMX Group  Canada Toronto 2,095 97 EST/EDT −5 Mar–Nov 09:30 16:00 No 14:30 21:00
10 Bombay Stock Exchange  India Mumbai 2,056 210 IST +5.30 09:15 15:30 No 03:45 10:00
11 National Stock Exchange  India Mumbai 2,030 196 IST +5.30 09:15 15:30 No 03:45 10:00
12 Deutsche Börse  Germany Frankfurt 1,864 140 CET/CEST +1 Mar–Oct 08:00 (Eurex)
08:00 (floor)
09:00 (Xetra)
22:00 (Eurex)
20:00 (floor)
17:30 (Xetra)
No 07:00 21:00
13 SIX Swiss Exchange   Switzerland Zurich 1,523 77 CET/CEST +1 Mar–Oct 09:00 17:30 No 08:00 16:30
14 Korea Exchange  South Korea Seoul, Busan 1,463 277 KST +9 09:00 15:30 No 00:00 06:00
15 Nasdaq Nordic Exchanges 1,372 72
Copenhagen Stock Exchange  Denmark Copenhagen CET//CEST +1 Mar-Oct 09:00 17:00 No 8:00 16:00
Stockholm Stock Exchange  Sweden Stockholm CET/CEST +1 Mar-Oct 09:00 17:30 No 8:00 16:30
Helsinki Stock Exchange  Finland Helsinki EET/EEST +2 Mar-Oct 10:00 18:30 No 8:00 16:30
Tallinn Stock Exchange  Estonia Tallinn EET/EEST +2 Mar-Oct 10:00 16:00 No 8:00 14:00
Riga Stock Exchange  Latvia Riga EET/EEST +2 Mar-Oct 10:00 16:00 No 8:00 14:00
Vilnius Stock Exchange  Lithuania Vilnius EET/EEST +2 Mar-Oct 10:00 16:00 No 8:00 14:00
Iceland Stock Exchange  Iceland Iceland GMT +0 09:30 15:30 No 9:30 15:30
Armenia Securities Exchange  Armenia Armenia AMT +4 10:00 15:00 No 7:00 11:00
16 Australian Securities Exchange  Australia Sydney 1,326 56 AEST/AEDT +10 Oct–Apr 10:00 16:00 No 00:00 06:00
17 Taiwan Stock Exchange  Taiwan Taipei 966 75 NST (Taiwan) +8 09:00 13:30 No 01:00 05:30
18 B3  Brazil São Paulo 938 62 BRT/BRST −3 Oct–Feb 09:00 18:00 No 12:00 21:00
19 JSE Limited  South Africa Johannesburg 894 29 SAST +2 09:00 17:00 No 07:00 15:00
20 Bolsas y Mercados Españoles  Spain Madrid 764

CET/CEST

+1 Mar–Oct 9:00 17:30 No 8:00 16:30
  • Note: "Δ" to UTC, as well as "Open (UTC)" and "Close (UTC)" columns contain valid data only for standard time in a given time zone. During daylight saving time period, the UTC times will be one hour less and Δs one hour more.

Commodity exchanges

See full article: List of commodities exchanges

See also

Notes

  1. ^ "All of the World's Stock Exchanges by Size". The Money Project. Retrieved 17 April 2016.
  2. ^ "Monthly Reports - World Federation of Exchanges". WFE.

External links

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.

Cyprus Stock Exchange

The Cyprus Stock Exchange or CSE (Greek: Χρηματιστήριο Αξιών Κύπρου or ΧΑΚ), is a European stock exchange located in Cyprus. T .

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.

Ghana Stock Exchange

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 lists 42 equities (from 37 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 within the Cedi House in Accra.

Gibraltar Stock Exchange

The Gibraltar Stock Exchange (GSX) is a stock exchange based in Gibraltar. It was established in 2014, and began full operations in the first quarter of 2015. The stock exchange is the first fully licensed exchange in Gibraltar. The opening occurred in two distinctive phases. In the initial “soft launch” phase from the start of November 2014, the GSX invited firms to apply for membership as Listing Members, with a number of applicants having expressed their keen interest. The full opening for listings themselves occurred during the first quarter of 2015.

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.In December 27, 2007 the market capitalisation of the local stocks stood at US$275.3M.

Jamaica Stock Exchange

The Jamaica Stock Exchange is the principal stock exchange of Jamaica, also known as JSE. Incorporated in 1968, JSE opened in 1969 in Kingston, Jamaica. The current chairman is Ian McNaughton and the Deputy Chairman is Gary Peart. The Managing Director is Marlene Street Forrest.

List of African stock exchanges

This is a list of stock exchanges in Africa.

There are 29 exchanges in Africa, representing 38 nations' capital markets.

Africa has two regional stock exchanges: the Bourse Régionale des Valeurs Mobilières, or BRVM, located in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire; and the Bourse Régionale des Valeurs Mobilières d'Afrique Centrale, or BVMAC, located in Libreville, Gabon. The BRVM serves the countries of Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea Bissau, Côte d'Ivoire, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Togo; the BVMAC serves the Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon.

21 of the 29 stock exchanges in Africa are members of the African Securities Exchanges Association (ASEA). ASEA members are indicated below by an asterisk (*).

One of the oldest bourses (exchanges) on the continent is the Casablanca Stock Exchange of Morocco, founded in 1929. The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) was founded in 1883 and the JSE Limited in 1887. The Casablanca Stock Exchange is one of Africa's ten largest exchanges along with the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, EGX, the Nigerian Stock Exchange, the Namibian Stock Exchange (NSX), Zimbabwe Stock Exchange and 4 African Exchange.

List of Asian stock exchanges

This is a list of Asian stock exchanges.

In the Asian region, there are multiple stock exchanges among which are three major ones:

Tokyo Stock Exchange in Japan

Bombay Stock Exchange in India

Hong Kong Stock Exchange in China

List of European stock exchanges

This is a list of European stock exchanges.

In the European region, there are multiple stock exchanges among which five are considered major (as having a market cap of over US$1 trillion):

Euronext, which is a Pan-European stock exchange composed of five market places in Belgium, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Portugal.

London Stock Exchange Group, which is a global stock exchange composed of the London Stock Exchange and Borsa Italiana, the Italian stock exchange.

Deutsche Börse, which operates Europe's third largest stock exchange, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange/Xetra

SIX Swiss Exchange, which operates Switzerland's major stock exchange

Nasdaq Nordic, which is composed of Scandinavian, Baltic, and Caucasus stock exchanges; including Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Armenia with activity in Norway and the Faroe Islands.

List of futures exchanges

This is a list of notable futures exchanges. Those stock exchanges that also offer trading in futures contracts besides trading in securities are listed both here and the list of stock exchanges.

List of stock exchange trading hours

The following is a list of opening and closing times for stock and futures exchanges worldwide. It includes a partial list of stock exchanges and the corresponding times the exchange opens and closes, along with the time zone within which the exchange is located. Markets are open Monday through Friday and closed on Saturday and Sunday in their respective local time zones.

List of stock exchanges in Oceania

This is a list of active stock exchanges in Oceania.

List of stock exchanges in the Americas

This is a list of active stock exchanges in the Americas. Stock exchanges in Latin America (where Spanish and Portuguese prevail) use the term Bolsa de Valores, meaning "bag" or "purse of "values." (compare börse in German or bourse in French).

The Caribbean has one major regional stock exchange: the Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange (ECSE), which serves Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The service area of the ECSE corresponds to the service area of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, with which it is associated.

List of stock exchanges in the Commonwealth of Nations

This is a list of active stock exchanges in the Commonwealth of Nations (Full Members). The Commonwealth of Nations features member-states located on all major continents and represents almost one-third of the Earth's population. Some states have signed agreements establishing multi-state regional stock exchanges while other larger states may hold more than one, or even specialised stock exchange(s).

List of stock exchanges in the United Kingdom, the British Crown Dependencies and United Kingdom Overseas Territories

This is a list of stock exchanges located in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or the various nations regarded as United Kingdom Overseas Territories – UKOTs (also called British Overseas Territories – BOTs), or the British Crown Dependencies. They are as follows:

Several nations of the Caribbean comprise one major regional stock exchange: the Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange (ECSE), which serves Anguilla (UK), Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat (UK), Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The service area of the ECSE corresponds to the service area of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, with which it is associated.

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."

Stock exchanges in Ukraine

Stock exchanges in Ukraine are less common type of exchange than commodity market and are the youngest. Stock exchanges really surfaced by the end of the 1990s, but it was not until the Orange Revolution when stock market in Ukraine showed a noticeable growth. Number of stock exchanges in Ukraine belong to Russian owners.

TSX Venture Exchange

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.

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