Korea Exchange


Korea Exchange
Korea Exchange
Rechtsform
Gründung 1953
Sitz Busan, Südkorea
Branche Banken und Börsen
Website www.krx.co.kr

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Die Korea Exchange (KRX) ist die Börse Südkoreas, die aus der Fusion der Korea Stock Exchange, der Korea Futures Exchange und des KOSDAQ entstanden ist.

Hintergründe

Am 31. Dezember 2007, waren auf der Korea Exchange rund 1.757 Unternehmen mit einer kumulierten Marktkapitalisierung von rund $1,1 Billionen notiert.[1]. Mit monatlich über 250 Millionen gehandelten Kontrakten ist die Korea Exchange, neben der Eurex und der Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), zudem eine der weltweit größten Derivatebörsen[2]. Der Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) ist die Index-Familie der Koreanischen Börse.

Siehe auch

Einzelnachweise

  1. Number of Listed Companies and Total Market Cap, Korea Exchange page on Wikinvest
  2. Trading Volume Top 30 Derivatives Exchanges

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