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Nagoya Stock Exchange

Nagoya Stock Exchange (名古屋証券取引所 Nagoya Shōken Torihikijo, NSE) is a stock trading market in Nagoya, Japan. It is Japan's second largest exchange, behind the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

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History

The Nagoya Stock Exchange (NSE) is the successor to the Nagoya Stock Exchange Co. Ltd., which was founded in 1886. It was founded in 1949 as a corporation with securities companies as members under the terms of the Securities and Exchange Law. [1] In 2002, Nagoya Stock Exchange, Inc. was established after demutualization of NSE. [2] The Nagoya Stock Exchange is a stock corporation that provides an Exchange Securities Market under authorization of the Prime Minister.

It is operated by Nagoya Stock Exchange, Inc. (株式会社名古屋証券取引所) and has normal trading sessions from 09:00am to 03:30pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance. [3]

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References

  1. Tan, Chwee Huat (2004). Dictionary of Asia Pacific Business Terms. Singapore: NUS Press. p. 179. ISBN   978-9971-69-275-9.
  2. Japan Securities Research Institute (2014). Securities Market in Japan (PDF). Tokyo, Japan: Japan Securities Research Institute. p. 154. ISBN   978-4-89032-820-8.
  3. Market Hours, Nagoya Stock Exchange via Wikinvest

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