Iceland Stock Exchange


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Iceland Stock Exchange

A stock exchange in Iceland. It was established in 1986 exclusively to trade government bonds. However, it began trading stocks in 1990. Only 11 stocks are listed on the Iceland Stock Exchange; they are relatively illiquid due to the small size of Iceland's economy.
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