The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange is a small but active stock exchange in Africa. It was established in 1896 and has been open to foreign investment since 1993. It has about a dozen members and over 65 listed securities. There are two indices, the Zimbabwe Industrial Index and the Zimbabwe Mining...
The Lusaka Stock Exchange (LuSE) was established with preparatory technical assistance from the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the World Bank in 1993. The Exchange opened on 21st February 1994. In it's first two years of operation the LuSE and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)...
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The basic function of USE is to provide a facility for raising funds for investment in long-term assets. While this is extremely important as the engine through which the stock exchange is driven, there are other important functions of the USE:
The mobilization of savings
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The Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) was incorporated in 1996 as a company limited by guarantee without a share capital. It became operational in April, 1998. The DSE is a non-profit making body created to facilitate the Government implementation of the reforms and in the future to encourage...
For eight years the stock market operated as an over the counter-single broker facility. It was not until July 1999 that a fully-fledged stock exchange, the Swaziland Stock Exchange (SSX), was inaugurated. Exchange operations are conducted under the supervision of the Capital Markets Development...
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The Bond Exchange of South Africa Limited (BESA) is an independent, licensed exchange, constituted as a public company, and responsible for operating and regulating the debt securities and interest-rate derivatives markets in South Africa.
BESA's products are flexible and tailored for your...
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AltX, the alternative exchange, is committed to attracting only quality, high growth companies which will change the face of our economy.
As a company, you can join AltX to issue new shares, raise funds, widen your investor base and have your shares traded on a regulated market.
The JSE Ltd (“JSE”) is licensed as an exchange under the Securities Services Act, 2004 and Africa’s premier exchange.
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The securities exchange is being seen as a source of cheaper financing than that offered by commercial banks.
The central bank's governor, Francois Kanimba, said that at first the stock exchange would only be open to Rwandan companies.
Many businesses from the country's manufacturing,...
The Abuja Securities & Commodity Exchange(ASCE) was originally incorporated as a Stock Exchange on June 17, 1998.It commenced electronic trading in securities in May 2001 and was converted to a commodity Exchange on August 8, 2001 and brought under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of...
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Namibian Stock Exchange Association is the custodian of the license to operate the stock exchange. This body comprises 43 associate members (banks, listed companies, investment institutions, etc.) who sponsored the establishment of the NSX by each donating N$10,000. Each year these elect an...
Mozambique's first stock exchange, after a series of postponements, started operating in October 1999. The exchange was launched with the support of the Lisbon Stock Exchange and the World Bank.
It is widely believed that the operations of the exchange are likely to be hampered by a lack of the...
The stock markets of Casablanca and Tunis (Bourse de Tunis) are covered in a quarterly report on Arab stock exchanges established by the Abu Dhabi-based Arab Monetary Fund. The report includes individual indices for each market, as well as a weighted composite tracking four Middle Eastern and two...