Fukuoka Stock Exchange

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Fukuoka Stock Exchange
福岡証券取引所
Type Stock exchange
Location Fukuoka, Japan
Coordinates 33°35′29″N130°23′50″E / 33.5913°N 130.3971°E / 33.5913; 130.3971 Coordinates: 33°35′29″N130°23′50″E / 33.5913°N 130.3971°E / 33.5913; 130.3971
Founded1949 [1]
Key people Hiroaki Okui (President) [1]
Website www.fse.or.jp

Fukuoka Stock Exchange (FSE) is a stock exchange located in Fukuoka, Japan. It operates Q-Board, a special market for new companies. [2] In August 2000, the exchange closed its trading floor and adopted the electronic trading system of Tokyo Stock Exchange. [3] In January 2002, FSE reached an agreement with the four other Japanese stock exchanges and Japan Securities Dealers Association, JSDA to establish Japan Securities Clearing Corporation, JSCC. [4]

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References

  1. 1 2 "About Us". Fukuoka Stock Exchange. Retrieved 2013-01-27.
  2. Ujiie, Junichi (2002). Japanese Financial Markets (2 ed.). Abington, Cambridge, England: Woodhead Publishing Limited. p. 452. ISBN   1-85573-596-2.
  3. The Handbook of World Stock, Derivative & Commodity Exchanges. 2009. p. 421. ISBN   978-0-9535823-9-6.
  4. "About JSCC - History". Japan Securities Clearing Corporation. Retrieved 2013-01-27.