Tel Aviv Stock Exchange

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Tel Aviv Stock Exchange

Israel's only stock exchange.

Tel Aviv Stock Exchange

The only stock exchange in Israel. Its roots can be traced back to 1935. Its trading became fully electronic in 1999. See also: TA-100 Index.
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To develop an operational understanding of the impacts cyberthreats have on the system under test, Cyber TASE is developing integrated instrumentation to test command and control (C2) and enterprise applications.
8bn in bond offerings on the TASE, after raising USD 18.
Eran Flumin, Director of Israel & Consulting at Frost & Sullivan, added: "We are delighted to be selected for the unique and important program that TASE has initiated and created, and to have the opportunity to help investors and listed companies, by enriching their knowledge about the companies that will join the program and the markets they are operating in".
Frucher said: "We are proud of this important agreement with TASE, which brings both technology and innovation together in a very ambitious way.
In the event the company's common shares are accepted for listing on the TASE, the shares will continue to be listed on the NYSE MKT in the US and will remain subject to the rules and regulations of NYSE and of the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
Bank Hapoalim raised USD 838m in the largest offering in the history of the TASE bond market.
Upon being accepted for listing, PhotoMedex will be assigned a TASE ticker symbol and will be eligible for inclusion in TASE indices.
18 August 2014 - Trading on Israeli bourse the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange was generally up during the week of 10-14 August 2014 TASE officials said.
Under Israeli law, the delisting of ordinary shares of a dual-listed company such as Top Image Systems from trade on the TASE becomes effective three months after the date of application to the TASE.
The decision by Citigroup to register another one of its companies as a member of TASE reflects the importance the group assesses to Israel in general and to the local stock exchange in particular.
The project approved by the TASE board is designed to encourage investment in these companies by lowering the barrier inherent in the current lack of understanding in the market regarding them and the industries in which they operate.
TASE is also planning to take measures which will facilitate the launch of stock options on all TA-25 index constituents, in the coming period.