Tag: investors

  • Europe

    London Metal Exchange

    Though Dubai has started attempts to educate investors, no stock market can match the London Metal Exchange (LME) in terms of helping investors deal with futures in the materials in which it is involved. Steel and plastics are the two major materials in which the LME has started innovative training and information services. However, the roots of the LME, which stretch back to the 16th ...

  • Futures

    Trading

    You probably know someone who trades in stocks. They may be a day-trader, a long term investor, or someone who just dips their toe into the market from time to time. Perhaps this describes you! When it comes to trading Futures, however, you may draw a blank unless your career involves you in banking and investing.

  • Europe

    Euronext Stock Exchange

    Following a merger of the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, Paris Bourse and Brussels Stock Exchange, on September 22, 2000, Euronext was formed. The purpose of the merger at the time was to take advantage of the standardization of financial markets under the jurisdiction of the European Union. But this is not where the pattern of change and acquisition for Euronext stopped, and in December 2001 the ...

  • South America

    Buenos Aires Exchange

    The Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires (BCBA), or in English, the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, located in the central business district of Argentina's capital city, Buenos Aires, is the country's primary stock exchange, offering comprehensive services to listed companies, traders and investors. BCBA was established in 1854 by the well-respected businessman, and the first President of ...

  • Asia

    Indonesia Stock Exchange

    Located in the vibrant city of Jakarta, the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) came about as a result of a merger between the Jakarta Stock Exchange and the Surabaya Stock Exchange. At the end of December 2007, 383 companies were listed with the IDX having a combined market capitalization amounting to $212 billion.

  • Asia

    Shanghai Stock Exchange

    The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) was formed in 1990 and was in operation a month later in the city of Shanghai as the biggest exchange in Mainland China. China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) controls this non-profit making membership institution. The SSE bases its development on the principle of "legislation, supervision, self-regulation and standardization" to produce an open, ...

  • Australasia

    Asia Pacific Stock Exchange

    The Asia Pacific Exchange Limited (APX) is one of the securities exchange groups operating in Australia. Regulated by the Australia Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) APX is required at all time to conduct business in a manner that is fair, orderly and transparent. AIMS Financial Group (AIMS) became a major shareholder of APX in October 2008, providing an essential source of funds ...

  • Companies

    Nyse Group

    We may be in an age during which exchanges compete strongly for the best listings, but the New York Stock Exchange, now known as NYSE Euronext, stands firm as a stock market which companies strive to list on. Executives consider it a great honor to ring a bell and to start a trading day at the NYSE. This institution represents the best stock market traditions. It is a credit to its host ...

  • Companies

    Daimler Chrysler

    Most stock market investors would place fairly restrictive limits on their exposures to the automobile industry. The business cannot be seen in blue-sky terms, except with respect to flexible engines which can use alternative energy sources. Indeed, blue-collar workers in the United States face their greatest threats from this sector of the conventional economy. Many icons of U.S. industry ...

  • Research

    Whenever you need to make an important decision, it is vital to consider all aspects, the pros and the cons. The situation is exactly the same when deciding to invest in the stock market. The options are endless with numerous companies to choose from and options to take into account. Stock Market research is therefore vital to assist you in making the best decision. Research goes beyond just ...

  • Companies

    Mcdonalds

    Many stock market quarters love to hate companies like McDonalds because we cannot resist their delicious products if no one is looking! But there is much for stock market investors to admire in this company, and we can all learn to manage our own ventures better by studying the way McDonald's does things.

  • Companies

    Toyota

    Toyota is a symbol of the post World War II stock market phenomenon, though it is also entirely relevant from a conventional investment perspective. Few companies can boast of a record of such rapid growth, global expansion, sustained profitability, and continuous innovation as Toyota. Though the company has business and stock market records that pack a global punch, its internal processes ...