Nagoya Stock Exchange


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Nagoya Stock Exchange

Established after World War II, one of the three major securities markets in Japan.

Nagoya Stock Exchange

A stock exchange in Japan. It was originally established in 1886 and re-established in 1949 following the Second World War. The Nagoya Stock Exchange is itself a stock corporation and is the third largest exchange in Japan by market capitalization. See also: Demutualization.
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Toyota Auto Body was found in 1945 and is listed on the first sections of the Tokyo and Nagoya stock exchanges.
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Nikko debuted on the second sections of the Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya stock exchanges in October 1961.
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said Monday it has decided to delist its common stock shares from the Sapporo and Nagoya stock exchanges as well as from the Euronext Paris stock exchange because share trading has been limited in the three exchanges.
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