SWX Swiss Exchange(redirected from Zurich Stock Exchange)
SIX Swiss Exchange
The primary exchange in Switzerland. Stocks, government and corporate bonds, derivatives and other securities all trade on the SIX Swiss Exchange. It was one of the first exchanges in the world to become fully automated. It was created in 1995 as the Basel, Geneva and Zurich exchanges moved their trading to a central, computerized floor. See also: Swiss Electronic Bourse.
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SWX Swiss Exchange
An all-electronic securities exchange formed from the 1995 merger of exchanges in Geneva, Basel, and Zurich. The exchange offers trading in equity securities, investment funds, exchange-traded funds, bonds, Eurobonds, and options.
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