A stock market is a market for the trading of publicly held
company stock and associated financial instruments (including stock options, convertibles
and stock index futures).
Australian Stock Exchange:
Find information for the Australian Stock Exchange including stock quotes, market data,
share prices, tools and resources as well as investment information.
Calculating over 60,000 indices covering 48 countries and all major asset classes, FTSE
provides an evolving range of index products to help investors make more informed
investment decisions with confidence.
Hong Kong Exchanges:
In the year 2000, The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited, Hong Kong Futures Exchange
Limited demutualised and together with Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company Limited,
merged under a single holding company, HKEx.
The London Stock Exchange is at the heart of global financial markets and is home to some
of the best companies in the world.
The largest U.S. electronic stock market. With approximately 3,300 companies, it lists
more companies and, on average, trades more shares per day than any other U.S. market.
New York Stock Exchange:
As of December 31, 2005, the NYSE was home to approximately 2,672 world-class issuers,
which includes operating companies, closed-end funds and exchange traded funds.
Unless otherwise noted, NYSE and AMEX data is delayed by 20 minutes; Nasdaq data is
delayed by 15 minutes; all other exchanges data is delayed by at least 10 to 30 minutes.
Mutual fund data is updated after the market closes.
Stock Market News:
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Make the most of your money with stock market quotes, charts, prices, news, advice and
Toronto Stock Exchange:
Toronto Stock Exchange provides an efficient, liquid market for senior equities. Listed
issuers on the senior exchange represent a broad range of businesses from across Canada,
the United States and other countries.