Stock exchange

Stock exchange,

Definition of Stock exchange:

  1. A market in which securities are bought and sold.

  2. Organized and regulated financial market where securities (bonds, notes, shares) are bought and sold at prices governed by the forces of demand and supply. Stock exchanges basically serve as (1) primary markets where corporations, governments, municipalities, and other incorporated bodies can raise capital by channeling savings of the investors into productive ventures; and (2) secondary markets where investors can sell their securities to other investors for cash, thus reducing the risk of investment and maintaining liquidity in the system. Stock exchanges impose stringent rules, listing requirements, and statutory requirements that are binding on all listed and trading parties. Trades in the older exchanges are conducted on the floor (called the trading floor) of the exchange itself, by shouting orders and instructions (called open outcry system). On modern exchanges, trades are conducted over telephone or online. Almost all exchanges are auction exchanges where buyers enter competitive bids and sellers enter competitive orders through a trading day. Some European exchanges, however, use periodic auction method in which round-robin calls are made once a trading day. The first stock exchange was opened in Amsterdam in 1602; the three largest exchanges in the world are (in the descending order) New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), London Stock Exchange (LSE), and the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE). Called also stock market. See also exchange.

Synonyms of Stock exchange

American Stock Exchange, Amex, Wall Street, Board, Bourse, Commodity exchange, Corn pit, Curb, Curb exchange, Curb market, Exchange, Exchange floor, Outside market, Over-the-counter market, Pit, Quotation board, Stock market, Stock ticker, Telephone market, The Big Board, The Exchange, Third market, Ticker, Ticker tape, Wheat pit, Stock exchange, Money market, Bourse

How to use Stock exchange in a sentence?

  1. If you want to try and make some quick money and are open to taking some risk then hop into the stock exchange .
  2. Knowing how to correctly read the stock exchange can help you to see some very profitable times to make a quick score.
  3. The company was floated on the stock exchange.
  4. I was called the wizard of wall street and that is what I thought about as I was at the New York stock exchange .

Meaning of Stock exchange & Stock exchange Definition