The Alternative Investments Market (AIM) 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 was launched in 1995 and has raised almost £24bn 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 AIM (possibly due to fewer shares available or loss of capitalisation). In 2005, 40 companies moved directly from the Main Market to AIM, while only 2 companies moved from AIM to the Main Market. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alternative Investment Market"
The Amsterdam Stock Exchange is the former name for the stock exchange based in Amsterdam. It merged on September 22, 2000 with the Brussels Stock Exchange and the Paris Stock Exchange to form Euronext, and is now known as Euronext Amsterdam. ...more on Wikipedia about "Amsterdam Stock Exchange"
The Athens Stock Exchange or ASE ( Greek: Χρηματιστήριο Αξιών Αθηνών or ΧΑΑ) is a stock exchange located in Athens, Greece. ...more on Wikipedia about "Athens Stock Exchange"
Belgrade Stock Exchange (BELEX) (Beogradska Berza, a.d.) is a stock exchange in Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro. ...more on Wikipedia about "Belgrade Stock Exchange"
The Borsa Italiana S.p.a., based in Milan, is Italy's main stock exchange. It was founded in 1997 following the privatisation of the exchange and ...more on Wikipedia about "Borsa Italiana"
The Börse München is a stock exchange based in Munich, Germany. Founded in 1830, it currently lists over 6300 securities. ...more on Wikipedia about "Börse München"
The Bucharest Stock Exchange (Bursa de Valori Bucureşti in Romanian) is a stock exchange in Bucharest, capital of Romania. On December 1, 2005, Bucharest's technology stock exchange, Rasdaq, was merged with the Bucharest Stock Exchange. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bucharest Stock Exchange"
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The Budapest Stock Exchange is a relatively new stock exchange headquartered in Budapest, capital of Hungary. ...more on Wikipedia about "Budapest Stock Exchange"
The Cyprus Stock Exchange or CSE ( Greek: Χρηματιστήριο Αξιών Κύπρου or ΧΑΚ) 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. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cyprus Stock Exchange"
Euronext N.V. is a pan- European stock exchange with subsidiaries in Belgium, France, Netherlands, Portugal and the United Kingdom. In addition to equity and derivatives markets, the Euronext group provides clearing and information services. ...more on Wikipedia about "Euronext"
The Frankfurt Stock Exchange (German: FWB® Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse) is a stock exchange located in Frankfurt, Germany and is owned and operated by Deutsche Börse, which also owns Clearstream. ...more on Wikipedia about "Frankfurt Stock Exchange"
The Helsinki Stock Exchange (Helsingin Pörssi) (HEX), is a stock exchange located in Helsinki, Finland. Since 3 September 2003 it is part of OMX. ...more on Wikipedia about "Helsinki Stock Exchange"
Iceland Stock Exchange (also known as ICEX) (Icelandic: Kauphöll Íslands) 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 countries traded on the ICEX are relatively small and are relatively illiquid. ...more on Wikipedia about "Iceland Stock Exchange"
The Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) is Ireland's stock exchange and can trace its history to 1793. In 1799, the Irish Parliament passed the Stock Exchange ( Dublin) Act which set up the Dublin Stock Exchange. In 1973, the exchange merged with the other British and Irish stock exchanges. From 1973 to 1995, the Dublin Stock Exchange was a member of the International Stock Exchange of Great Britain and Ireland (now called the London Stock Exchange). The current independent Irish Stock Exchange was established in 1995, breaking the link with London. On 6 June 2000, the ISE closed its famous trading floor in Anglesea Street, Dublin 2, and switched to an electronic trading platform called ISE Xetra. This is owned by, and is the same trading platform used by, the Deutsche Börse Group. ...more on Wikipedia about "Irish Stock Exchange"
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== Kewill Systems PLC == or simply "Kewill", trades on the London Stock Exchange (LSE: KWL). Kewill develops and provisions software and services to manage complex business-to-business supply chains. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kewill"
The London Stock Exchange ( ) is a stock exchange located in London. Founded in 1801, it is one of the largest stock exchanges in the world, with many overseas listings as well as UK companies. It traces its history to 1697 when John Castaing, stationed at an office in Jonathan's Coffee-House, published the prices of stocks and commodities called The Course of the Exchange and other things. ...more on Wikipedia about "London Stock Exchange"
The Montenegro Stock Exchange (MNSE) is a stock exchange located in Montenegro. The MNSE was founded 1993, and is a member of the European Finance Convention Foundation. Trading on the MNSE consists of short and long term securities, six privatization funds, bonds of old currency savings, and shares from government funds portfolios. ...more on Wikipedia about "Montenegro Stock Exchange"
OPEX is an alternative trading system (ATS) that 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. ...more on Wikipedia about "OPEX"
Oslo Stock Exchange (Oslo Børs) serves as the main market for trading in shares of Norwegian companies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Oslo Stock Exchange"
The Prague Stock Exchange or PSE ( Czech: Burza cenných papírů Praha, a.s. or BCPP) is the main securities market organiser in the Czech Republic and currently (as of September 2005) the second biggest stock exchange in Central and Eastern Europe. Although the first exchange operated in Prague already in 1861, present-day PSE was established on November 24, 1992 and trading started on April 6, 1993. ...more on Wikipedia about "Prague Stock Exchange"
Rasdaq was the name of the Romanian electronic stock exchange. Its name resembles that of its US equivalent, Nasdaq. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rasdaq"
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The Riga Stock Exchange is a stock exchange operating in Riga, Latvia. It is owned by OMX, which also operates Helsinki Stock Exchange and Stockholm Stock Exchange. ...more on Wikipedia about "Riga Stock Exchange"
The Sarajevo Stock Exchange or SASE ( Croatian: Sarajevska burza, Serbian: Сарајевска берза) is a stock exchange which operates in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sarajevo Stock Exchange"
The Stockholm Stock Exchange is a stock exchange located in Stockholm, Sweden. It is the primary securities exchange of the Nordic Countries. It was acquired by OMX in 1998, and in 2003 the operations were merged with those of the Helsinki Stock Exchange. Prior to electronic trading, all trading was conducted on the floor of the Stockholm Stock Exchange Building. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stockholm Stock Exchange"
SWX Swiss Exchange is Switzerland's stock exchange. The exchange also trades other securities such as Swiss government bonds and derivatives such as stock options. ...more on Wikipedia about "SWX Swiss Exchange"
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