Buenos Aires Stock Exchange


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Buenos Aires Stock Exchange (Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires)

Argentina's major securities market.

Buenos Aires Stock Exchange

The main stock exchange in Argentina, established in 1854. Importantly it operates MERVAL, a price-weighted index of the most important publicly-traded companies in Argentina. See also: Burcap.
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Cresud is one of Argentina's main farming and ranching businesses with about 400,000 hectares of land and the only one with shares trading on the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange and the U.S.
In addition, following the re-nationalization of pension funds in 2008, the Argentine government holds a 20.3% of the Groups shares through the ANSES (Social Security Administration), and the remaining 49.1 % of the shares is listed on the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange and in the NASDAQ.
In a filing with the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, the bank said earnings per local share came in at ARS0.53 in the period, against ARS0.45 last year.
In a statement filed with the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, the group said that its income mainly came from its one of its subsidiaries, Banco de Galicia y Buenos Aires SA, one of Argentina's leading private banks.
Since 2001, the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange approved US$3.80 billion in trusts.
The stock repurchases will be carried out within 90 calendar days from the publishing of the information in the Official Gazette of the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange. However, this term can be extended and investors will be informed in due course.
To finance the regional expansion, Aerolineas plans to sell up to 15% of its shares on the Buenos Aires stock exchange by year's end.
The peso depreciated by 20 percent alone in the week after the primaries while the Buenos Aires stock exchange dropped by 30 percent.
Pampa Energia SA (NYSE: PAM; Buenos Aires Stock Exchange: PAMP), an independent energy integrated company in Argentina, with participation in the electricity and oil and gas value chain, has reported its financial results for the fiscal year ended on December 31, 2017.
Electricity distributor Empresa Distribuidora y Comercializadora Norte SA (NYSE:EDN) (Buenos Aires Stock Exchange:EDN) announced on Tuesday a net income of ARS4.7m for the fourth quarter of 2009.
After purchasing a major lemon supplier and an industrial plant to concentrate and expand processing capacity, San Miguel began trading on the Buenos Aires stock exchange in 1997.
Pampa Energia SA (NYSE: PAM; Buenos Aires Stock Exchange: PAMP), an independent energy integrated company in Argentina, which through its subsidiaries participates in the electricity and oil and gas value chain, has reported its financial results for the nine-month period ended September 30, 2017.