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Wiener Börse (Austrian Stock Exchange)

Established in 1771, the major securities market of Austria.
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Vienna Stock Exchange

The only stock exchange in Austria and one of the largest in eastern Europe. Established in 1771 as a forum for selling state bonds, it is now responsible for approximately 60% of Austria's stock trade, with the remaining 40% being over-the-counter. Stocks, bonds, options, and futures trade on the Vienna Stock Exchange; all trading occurs electronically. It serves as the primary sponsor for other exchanges in eastern Europe, notably the Zagreb Stock Exchange and the Budapest Stock Exchange.
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The Vienna-based stock exchange Wiener Borse will disseminate the price data of the Macedonian Stock Exchange (MSE) via its Alliance Data Highway (ADH) data feed.
The agreement sealing the cooperation was signed by Ivan Steriev, CEO of the MSE, and Michael Buhl and Heinrich Schaller, management board members of Wiener Borse and CEE Stock Exchange Group (CEESAG) of which the Vienna exchange is a member.
The move is part of an effort by the Vienna exchange to facilitate the consolidation of data dissemination in central and eastern Europe, allowing data vending customers of Wiener Borse to obtain data from 11 markets via a single interface.
The international derivatives exchange Eurex and Wiener Borse AG (Vienna Stock Exchange) are set to enter into a technical cooperation.
Wood & Company, headquartered in Prague in the Czech Republic, is the largest securities trading company on the Prague Stock Exchange and a member of the Budapest, Warsaw, Bucharest and Ljubljana Stock Exchanges, as well as the Wiener Borse and Deutsche Borse.
EU regulators approved the sale of the Hungarian Budapest Stock Exchange, the Budapest Commodity Exchange and the Central Clearinghouse and Depository to a joint venture between Austria's stock exchange Wiener Borse, German HVB Group's Hungarian subsidiary HVB Bank Hungary and Austrian banks Oesterreichische Kontrollbank, Raiffeisen Zentralbank and Erste Bank.
In a cooperation with Deutsche Borse AG, Wiener Borse joins the international electronic trading system Xetra for stock and bond trading, giving all market participants irrespective of their location access to electronic securities trading across borders.
The new exchange is a joint venture of Deutsche Borse AG and Wiener Borse AG.
Finnish-Swedish stock exchange operator OMX AB said on Thursday (14 July) that the Austrian stock and derivatives exchange Wiener Borse had signed an agreement with OMX Technology for a five-year extension of the support contract for the CLICK trading system and the SECUR clearing system.
Wiener Borse was one of OMX Technology's first customers and began using CLICK for its futures and options trading in 1991, the company said.
The SECUR clearing system was launched at Wiener Borse in 1996.