Stock Market - Global Stock Exchanges

Global Stock Exchanges
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       So Friends everyone want to know some facts about the World Stock Exchanges. Let's go
  • How world stock exchanges identified?
  • Which is the biggest stock exchange in the world?
  • Which are the top ten stock exchanges listed company market capitalizationwise? & So on..

       World stock exchanges identified based on Continentwise.
  1. African     ( Egypt / Kenya / Mauritius etc. )
  2. American ( Canada / USA / Mexico etc. )
  3. Asian        ( India / China / Japan etc. )
  4. European ( Germany / Russia / UK etc.)
  5. Oceanic    ( Australia / New Zealand etc. )

       The biggest stock exchange in the world is New York Stock Exchange.

                     The New York Stock Exchange is the largest stock exchange in the world, with an equity market capitalization over 23.21 trillion U.S  dollars in May 2019.

             Next top three stock exchanges NASDAQ, Tokyo Stock Exchange and Shanghai Stock Exchange together having market caps lower than the NYSE.  

            In the world there are 16 Stock Exchanges that having Market Capitalization above US$1 trillion each.

      The top 20 Stock Exchanges  

       The top 10 stock exchanges with listed company market capitalizationwise given below :- 

        Top oldest Stock Exchanges in the world : -  
  1. Amsterdam Stock Exchange - 1602
  2. Paris Stock Exchange - 1724
  3. Philadelphia Stock Exchange - 1790
  4. London Stock Exchange - 1801
  5. Milan Stock Exchange - 1808
  6. New York Stock Exchange - 1817
  7. Frankfurt Stock Exchange - 1820
  8. Madrid Stock Exchange - 1861
  9. Toronto Stock Exchange - 1861
  10. Bombay Stock Exchange - 1875      
          Most Expensive Share in the world :- 

         Berkshire Hathaway is the world's most expensive share. It's price is around $3,00,000 / share ie almost Rs.2,25,00,000 @ 75/ $ .

           There are Countries having no Stock Exchanges : - 
        There are  20 countries with a population under 1 million that do not have stock exchanges. Andorra, Belize, Brunei, Comoros, Djiouti, Kiribati, Macau, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Monaco, Nauru, Samoa, San Marino, Sao Tome and Principe, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu and Vatican City.

             So Friends there are endless lot of things in the world related to Stock Exchange. You can suggest what do you want more on this topic. so that I will write on it. Next we are going to learn about World Stock Exchange Working Timing. Till Then Good Bye Friends.

Disclaimer : This article is only for knowledge and information sharing and not for any type of recommendation.

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