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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Share repurchase based on the share repurchase programme will be performed in stages, and shall be performed so that share purchase within a single day will not exceed 4,679,224 shares or 25% of the average daily trading of the company's shares on the Nasdaq Iceland Stock Exchange in January 2017.
When Ossur - a maker of prosthetic limbs - delisted from the Iceland stock exchange in 2011 for Copenhagen, analysts saw capital controls as one of the main reasons.
Trading in the bonds on the NASDAQ OMX Iceland stock exchange will begin next month.
Dagsbrun operates in telecommunications, media and entertainment and is listed on the Iceland Stock Exchange.
The company - created through the merger of Oasis and Karen Millen in 2004 - will become the first non-Icelandic business on the Iceland Stock Exchange, as well as the eighth largest company by size and the only retail firm.
The Iceland Stock Exchange becomes a member of NORAX, a co-operative framework for Nordic stock exchanges.
It describes the common offering from the Helsinki Stock Exchange, Copenhagen Stock Exchange, Stockholm Stock Exchange, Iceland Stock Exchange, Tallinn Stock Exchange, Riga Stock Exchange and Vilnius Stock Exchange.
Atorka Group hf is listed on the Iceland Stock Exchange (ICEX) under the ticker 'ATOR'.
Under the conditions no single party, related or connected parties could acquire a share in Iceland Telecom larger than 45% until the company has been listed on the Main List of the Iceland Stock Exchange.
Actavis Group is listed on the Iceland Stock Exchange under the ticker ACT.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- Today Foroya Banki is primarily listed on the Iceland Stock Exchange, and at the same time on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange.
6bn in companies listed on the Iceland Stock Exchange.