List of Asian stock exchanges

Asia

This is a list of Asian stock exchanges.

In the Asian region, there are multiple stock exchanges. As per data from Word Federation of Exchanges, below are top 10 selected in 2019:[1][2]

Stock exchangesEdit

Central AsianEdit

Economy Exchange Location Founded Listings Link Technology Operating MIC
  Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Stock Exchange Almaty 1993 KASE
Astana International Exchange Nur-Sultan 2018 25 AIX Nasdaq Matching Engine[3] AIXK
  Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyz Stock Exchange (KSE) Bishkek 1994 KSE
  Uzbekistan Tashkent Stock Exchange Tashkent 1994 UZSE

East AsianEdit

Economy Exchange Location Founded Listings Link
  China Shanghai Stock Exchange Shanghai 1990 SSE
Shenzhen Stock Exchange Shenzhen 1991 SZSE
Dalian Commodity Exchange Dalian 1993 DCE
  Hong Kong Hong Kong Stock Exchange Hong Kong 1891 SEHK
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Hong Kong 2000 aka Hang Seng HKEx
  Japan Tokyo Stock Exchange[4] Tokyo 1878 TSE
JASDAQ Tokyo 1963 JASDAQ
Mothers Tokyo Mothers
OSE NEO Tokyo merged into JASDAQ 4/1/2010
Osaka Securities Exchange Osaka 1878 OSE
Hercules formerly Nasdaq Japan Osaka (OSE) Hercules
Nagoya Stock Exchange Nagoya 1886 NSE
Centrex Nagoya Centrex
Fukuoka Stock Exchange Fukuoka 1949 FSE(in Japanese)
Q-Board Fukuoka QB(in Japanese)
Sapporo Securities Exchange Sapporo SSE(in Japanese)
Ambitious Sapporo AMB(in Japanese)
  Mongolia Mongolian Stock Exchange Ulaanbaatar 1991 MSE
Mongol securities exchange Ulaanbaatar 2016
  South Korea Chosun Stock Exchange[5][6] formerly Chosun Exchange (1932) Seoul 1943 Closed down by USAMGIK[7]
Korea Exchange[8] Busan 2005 2354 KRX
Korea Stock Exchange[9][10][5] Seoul 1956 Merged into Korea Exchange through KSE, KOSDAQ, KOFEX 1/27/2005[11]
KOSDAQ Seoul 1996 1411 KOSDAQ
  Taiwan Taiwan Stock Exchange Taipei 1961 758 (until 2010) TWSE
Taipei Exchange Taipei 1994 TPEx

North AsiaEdit

Economy Exchange Location Founded Listings Link Technology Operating MIC
  Russia Moscow Exchange (MOEX) Moscow 2011 Merge (1992 & 1995 before) MOEX

South AsianEdit

Economy Exchange Location Founded Listings Link Technology
  Afghanistan Afghanistan Stock Exchange Kabul 2009 AFX
  Bangladesh Chittagong Stock Exchange Chittagong 1995 CSE
Dhaka Stock Exchange Dhaka 1954 750 DSE Nasdaq X-stream INET[12]
Chittagong Tea Auction Chittagong 1949
  Bhutan Royal Securities Exchange of Bhutan Thimphu 1993 20 RSEBL
  India Bombay Stock Exchange Mumbai 1875 5,034 BSE
Calcutta Stock Exchange Kolkata 1908 3500+ CSE
India International Exchange GIFT City 2017 INX
Indian Commodity Exchange Navi Mumbai 2017 ICEX
Multi Commodity Exchange Mumbai 2008 MCX
National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange Mumbai 2003 NCDEX
National Stock Exchange of India Mumbai 1992 1300+ NSE
NSE International Exchange GIFT City 2017 NSE International Exchange
  Maldives Maldives Stock Exchange Malé 2002 5 MSE
  Nepal Nepal Stock Exchange Kathmandu 1993 230 NEPSE
  Pakistan Karachi Stock Exchange Karachi 1947
Pakistan Stock Exchange Karachi, Lahore,Islamabad 2016 PSX
First National Equities(PSX) Karachi 1995 [1]
Lahore Stock Exchange Lahore 1970
Islamabad Stock Exchange Islamabad 1989 (CLOSED)Islamabad Stock Exchange
  Sri Lanka Colombo Stock Exchange Colombo 1896 296 CSE


Southeast AsianEdit

Economy Exchange Location Founded Listings Link
ASEAN ASEAN Exchanges 2012
  Cambodia Cambodia Securities Exchange Phnom Penh 2011 2009[2] [3] [4] CSX
  Indonesia Indonesia Stock Exchange Jakarta 1912 IDX
Jakarta Futures Exchange Jakarta 1999 JFX
  Laos Lao Securities Exchange Vientiane 2011
  Malaysia Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 1964 MYX
Malaysia Derivatives Exchange Kuala Lumpur 1980
MESDAQ Kuala Lumpur 1997
  Myanmar Myanmar Securities Exchange Centre Yangon 1996 MSEC
Yangon Stock Exchange Yangon 2015 YSX
  Philippines Philippine Dealing Exchange Metro Manila 2005 PDEx
Philippine Stock Exchange Metro Manila 1927 PSE
Manila Commodity Exchange Metro Manila 2011 MCX
  Singapore Stock Exchange of Singapore Singapore 1973 SES
Singapore Exchange Singapore 1999 SGX
  Thailand Stock Exchange of Thailand Bangkok 1975 SET
Market for Alternative Investment Bangkok 1999 MAI
Bond Electronic Exchange Bangkok 2003 BEX
AFET Bangkok 2004 AFEX
Thailand Futures Exchange Bangkok 2005 TFEX
  Vietnam Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange Ho Chi Minh City 2000 HSX
Hanoi Securities Trading Center Hanoi 2005 HNX

West AsianEdit

Economy Exchange Location Founded Listings Link Technology Operating MIC
  Bahrain Bahrain Stock Exchange Manama 1987 BSE Nasdaq X-stream[13]
  Iran Tehran Stock Exchange Tehran 1967 TSE
Iran Fara Bourse Tehran 2008 IFB
Iran Mercantile Exchange Tehran 2006 IME
Iranian Energy Exchange Tehran 2008 IRENEX
Tabriz Stock Exchange Tabriz 2003 TEPIX
Iranian oil bourse Kish 2008 IOB
  Iraq Iraq Stock Exchange Baghdad 2004 ISX Nasdaq[14]
  Israel Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Tel Aviv 1953 TASE
  Jordan Amman Stock Exchange Amman 1999 ASE
  Kuwait Boursa Kuwait Safat 1977 BK Nasdaq X-stream[15]
  Lebanon Beirut Stock Exchange Beirut 1920 BSE
  Oman Muscat Securities Market Muscat 1988 MSM
  Palestine Palestine Securities Exchange Nablus 1995 PSE Nasdaq [16]
  Qatar Doha Securities Market Doha 1997 DSM NYSE Euronext Universal Trading Platform[17]
  Saudi Arabia Tadawul Riyadh 2007 Tadawul Nasdaq X-stream INET[18]
  Syria Damascus Securities Exchange Damascus 2009 DSE
  United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Securities Market Abu Dhabi 2000 ADSM
Dubai Financial Market Dubai 2000 DFM Nasdaq Matching Engine[19]
NASDAQ Dubai Dubai 2005 NASDAQ Dubai
Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange Dubai 2005 DGCX Cinnober TRADExpress[20]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  13. ^ "Bahrain Bourse Goes Live With Its Upgraded Trading Engine Powered by NASDAQ OMX".
  14. ^ "Nasdaq and the Iraq Stock Exchange Signs New Market Technology Agreement".
  15. ^ "Kuwait Stock Exchange rolls out Nasdaq OMX-powered trading platform".
  16. ^ "Nasdaq and Palestine Exchange Sign New Market Technology Agreement".
  17. ^ "Qatar Exchange shifts to new platform".
  18. ^ "Photo Release -- Tadawul Bolsters Trading Technology, Extends Contract With NASDAQ OMX".
  19. ^ "Dubai Financial Market Successfully Implements The Largest Ever Technology Upgrade Throughout Its History".
  20. ^ "DGCX, Cinnober sign partnership deal". Archived from the original on 2013-09-05.

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