Tag: sectors

  • Europe

    Cyprus Stock Exchange

    The Cyprus Stock Exchange, also known as CSE, was established for the development of trade and securities markets and started operating in March 1996. Operations of the exchange are subject to the Cyprus Securities and Stock Exchange Law established and passed by the House of Representatives of Cyprus in April 1993. For brokers or stockbroker representatives to be accepted and ...

  • Europe

    Spanish Stock Exchange

    The Spanish Stock Exchange, or BME, which stands for Bolas y Mercados Espanoles, is a collaboration of the various stock exchanges that deal with the systems and the securities that are traded within Spain. Under this umbrella, the securities markets are managed and run, with one unit that takes care of the making of decisions, and the overview of the markets that trade ...

  • North America

    Bermuda Stock Exchange

    The Bermuda Stock Exchange, or BSX, first opened for trade in 1971. The BSX is an open market that is completely electronic, dealing with centralized settlement and daily trades. Three of Bermudas’ banking institutions form part of the Bermuda Stock Exchange ownership. It was changed to a limited liability company in 1992, with membership available to any international ...

  • Europe

    Swiss Exchange

    The Swiss Exchange, or SIX, is one of the most technologically advanced stock exchanges in the world. And it is for this reason the SIX is the focal point and the main infrastructure in the financial sector in Switzerland. The Swiss Exchange manages and controls the vital links in the market, and provides one of the leading securities exchanges. The focus point in ...

  • Australasia

    Australian Securities Exchange

    The Australian Securities Exchange was previously known as the Australian Stock Exchange, and changed its name in December 2006, but is still referred to as ASX. It is ranked the 8th largest stock exchange in the world, and has listings of approximately 2,000 stocks, with around 99,300 trade transactions moving through the ASX on a daily basis. Trading floors are no longer in ...

  • Strategies

    Associations

    It is not uncommon in stock market circles to hear murmurs of protest about company executives spending time and money on Association activities. Industry bodies do not produce tangible or direct results every quarter! It is true that significant resources can be lost in doing work for an Association on individual company time, and perhaps all members may not contribute in equal measure, ...

  • Management

    Retention

    Human Resources constitute a unique asset, because unlike money and physical units, you cannot turn it up at will, even with better prices! There is a widespread notion in some stock market circles that better pay can bring in top management talent in droves. Perhaps this used to be the case decades ago, but extended economic growth in all sizeable markets can changed the demand supply ...

  • 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 ...

  • Africa

    Egyptian Stock Exchange

    Together, the Cairo Stock Exchange and the Alexandria Stock Exchange, form the Egyptian Stock Exchange. Both the Cairo and Alexandria Stock Exchanges are run and managed by the same board of directors, and both make use of the same system for clearing, settlement and trade. Although the exchanges were established separately, the Alexandria Stock Exchange in 1888 and the Cairo ...

  • Companies

    Fedex

    Every stock market investor has been in a spot at least once, needing to ensure that a delivery reaches on time, or waiting anxiously for vital documents and articles to arrive. The sight of the FedEx logo is so reassuring for consignor and consignee alike that we take its reliability for granted. It is a truism of the business world that ‘a kingdom can be lost for want of a ...

  • Companies

    Conagra

    ConAgra, a member of the NYSE, is a special member of the stock market community. Its name, which is an acronym for ‘Consolidated Agriculture’, says much about how this company stands apart from most of the rest of the stock market. Of the stock market listed companies from the industrial and service sectors, some also deal in grains, sugar and other pure agricultural commodities. However, ...

  • Sectors

    The truth is that the stock market is a basket of many different varieties of fruit! Stock Market Sectors do not move in concert. The best portfolios have their eggs in many baskets in terms of sectors. Most of us have domain expertise in one or a few related lines of business. However, that need not translate into the best investment behavior, because there are so many stock sectors out ...