Wiener Börse

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Wiener Börse (Austrian Stock Exchange)

Established in 1771, the major securities market of Austria.

Vienna Stock Exchange

The only stock exchange in Austria and one of the largest in eastern Europe. Established in 1771 as a forum for selling state bonds, it is now responsible for approximately 60% of Austria's stock trade, with the remaining 40% being over-the-counter. Stocks, bonds, options, and futures trade on the Vienna Stock Exchange; all trading occurs electronically. It serves as the primary sponsor for other exchanges in eastern Europe, notably the Zagreb Stock Exchange and the Budapest Stock Exchange.
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Michael Buhl, Management Board Member of Wiener Borse AG said, Our cooperation opens the option to the Zagreb Stock Exchange of being able to use the international customer base and the modern technical infrastructure of the Vienna Stock Exchange for its own data vending.
The international derivatives exchange Eurex and Wiener Borse AG (Vienna Stock Exchange) are set to enter into a technical cooperation.
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