Bolsa de Commercio de Santiago

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Bolsa de Commercio de Santiago (SSE)

Chile's preeminent stock exchange.
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Bolsa de Commercio de Santiago

The main stock exchange in Chile. Founded in 1893, it deals in stocks, bonds, options, futures, and some commodities and currencies, notably the U.S. dollar. It publishes three indices: the General Stock Price Index, which is weighted by capitalization and revised annually, and the Selective Stock Price Index and the Inter-10 Index, which are both weighted for volume and revised quarterly.
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The company, Latin America's largest airline, will offer 10.3 million shares at a minimum of $15.17 each, it told the Santiago stock exchange. LATAM, the fruit of Chilean airline LAN's 2012 takeover of Brazil's TAM, took in roughly $784 million in a preferential capital increase period that wrapped up in December.
Frustrated by the lack of progress, Endesa's partner Colbun issued an angry note to the Santiago Stock Exchange in May, recommending that work on HidroAysen be halted until the government and legislators put their heads together and come up with a policy that allows the project to advance.
Santiago, Chile, April 26, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Santiago Stock Exchange made a successful effort in transforming itself into a modern financial institution by upgrading its trading floor displays.
MILA is a market that emerged from the integration of trading platforms of Santiago Stock Exchange, Lima Stock Exchange and Colombia Stock Exchange.
The confidence in the Chilean economy has seen something of a spike in attempts to list on the Santiago Stock Exchange. Three local companies listed in the first quarter and more are expected.
Bollerslev's GARCH methodology is utilized in this study of the Santiago Stock Exchange of Chile.
Trading technology supplier Fidessa also added the Santiago Stock Exchange to its global connectivity network in May 2010.
Four months later Farmacias Ahumada became a publicly traded company with shares on the Santiago Stock Exchange. Its floatation meant an increase in capital of $21 million.
Entel, a company which has been listed on the Santiago stock exchange since 1984, is the main Chilean operator for national and international long distance calls.
The Chilean company, known as 'Pulogsa,' is listed on the Santiago stock exchange, and the acquisition will be via an offer to acquire all outstanding shares of the business.