Swiss Exchange


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Swiss Exchange

The major securities market of Switzerland.

Swiss Exchange

The main exchange in Switzerland. Stocks, derivatives and government bonds all trade on the Swiss Exchange. It was established in 1995 as an automated system to replace regional exchanges in Basel, Geneva and Zurich.
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SIX Swiss Exchange is one of the world's leading and most technologically advanced securities exchanges.
Karen Peetz, senior executive vice president and head of global corporate trust at The Bank of New York Mellon, said, "The addition of the SWX Swiss Exchange to our listing services simplifies the process of issuing and listing debt- and equity-securities for our clients.
The delisting from the SIX Swiss Exchange does not affect the listing of the registered series B shares on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm.
The Index Commission of SIX Swiss Exchange has informed ams that the ams share will be admitted to the SMIMA index effective September 23, 2013 as part of the ordinary index review.
The confirmation comes after SIX Swiss Exchange said earlier on Thursday that it was launching an investigation.
NEW YORK & ZURICH -- Paving the way for a new and more efficient way to source and trade block liquidity in Europe, SIX Swiss Exchange and Liquidnet announced today the launch of a new unique platform for non-displayed equity block trading with the roll-out of approximately 3000 equities in five European equities markets: Switzerland, UK, France, Germany and the Netherlands, with more equities markets planned to be added over time.
Companies that are listed on a qualified international stock exchange, such as The Swiss Exchange or The London Stock Exchange, are eligible to have their securities included in the premium tier International OTCQX, which commences trading on March 5, 2007.

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