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Börse Stuttgart

Börse Stuttgart
Type Stock exchange
Location Stuttgart, Germany
Founded 1860[1]
Owner Baden-Wuerttembergische Wertpapierboerse e.V.[2] and Boerse Stuttgart Holding GmbH[3]
Website boerse-stuttgart.de

Börse Stuttgart (SWB) is a stock exchange in Germany, the second largest in the country and the ninth largest in Europe.[4]

Contents

  • Structure of Börse Stuttgart Group 1
  • History 2
  • References 3
  • Further reading 4
  • External links 5

Structure of Börse Stuttgart Group

  • Börse Stuttgart Holding GmbH[5]
  • Baden-Wuerttembergische Wertpapierboerse GmbH[6]
  • Baden-Wuerttembergische Wertpapierboerse e.V.[7]

History

Börse Stuttgart came into existence on 4 February 1860, when a group of people from different industries decided to meet regularly. The first such meeting occurred on 12 March 1860.[8] After changing location several times, the exchange is now located in Carl Eugen Bau.[9]

In 2005, Börse Stuttgart, in cooperation with ZertifikateJournal-Unternehmensgruppe, launched S-BOX, a collection of differently themed indices.[10]

Since late 2007, Börse Stuttgart holds an 82.4 percent stake in EUWAX AG.[11] In November 2008, Börse Stuttgart Holding GmbH acquired Nordic Growth Market NGM AB, the second largest stock exchange in Sweden.[12] T.I.Q.S. GmbH & Co. KG, a joint venture of Börse Stuttgart AG and EUWAX AG developed the T.I.Q.S. (Trading, Information and Quote System), an OTC trading platform.[13][14] In 2010, the bourse started Bondm, a trading segment for SME bonds.[15]

References

  1. ^ Boerse Stuttgart Profile, Boerse Stuttgart, retrieved 6 September 2010  Archived at WebCite
  2. ^ Baden-Wuerttembergische Wertpapierboerse e.V. association, Boerse Stuttgart, retrieved 14 June 2011  Archived at WebCite
  3. ^ Boerse Stuttgart Holding GmbH, Boerse Stuttgart, retrieved 14 June 2011  Archived at WebCite
  4. ^ "Börse Stuttgart – Die führende Privatanlegerbörse". Medien Gruppe Kirk AG. Retrieved 30 January 2013. 
  5. ^ "Boerse Stuttgart Holding GmbH". Boerse Stuttgart AG. Retrieved 30 January 2013. 
  6. ^ "Baden-Wuerttembergische Wertpapierboerse". Boerse Stuttgart AG. Retrieved 30 January 2013. 
  7. ^ "Baden-Wuerttembergische Wertpapierboerse e.V. association". Boerse Stuttgart AG. Retrieved 30 January 2013. 
  8. ^  
  9. ^ "Stock Exchange". Stuttgart Marketing GmbH. Retrieved 22 July 2011. Archived at WebCite
  10. ^ "Börse Stuttgart und ZertifikateJournal gründen gemeinsame Index-Familie S-BOX" [Börse Stuttgart and ZertifikateJournal establish joint index family S-BOX] (in German). NetSkill AG. Retrieved 26 July 2011. Archived at WebCite
  11. ^ "Gruppe Börse Stuttgart: Übernahme der Aktien von EUWAX AG-Gründern Bruker und Schnabel durch Börsenvereinigung abgeschlossen" [Börse Stuttgart Group: Acquisition of the shares of EUWAX AG founders Bruker and Schnabel by stock exchange organization completed] (in German). DGAP. 2007-12-13. Retrieved 15 June 2011.  Archived at WebCite
  12. ^ "Boerse Stuttgart subsidiary expands to Norway - Derivatives segment of the Nordic Growth Market (NGM) introduces trading in securitised derivatives in Norway". Mondo Visione. 2011-05-13. Retrieved 23 June 2011.  Archived at WebCite
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  15. ^  Archived at WebCite

Further reading

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External links

  • Homepage of Börse Stuttgart


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