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List of stock exchanges in the Americas

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Political map of the Americas
Political map of the Americas

This is a list of active stock exchanges in the Americas. Stock exchanges in Latin America (where Spanish and Portuguese prevail) use the term Bolsa de Valores, meaning "bag" or "purse" of "values." (compare Börse in German or bourse in French).

The Caribbean has one major regional stock exchange: the Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange (ECSE), which serves Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The service area of the ECSE corresponds to the service area of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, with which it is associated.

Stock exchanges in the Americas

Region Country Exchange Location Founded Link
North America Canada Canada Canadian Securities Exchange Toronto 2004 CSE
Montreal Exchange Montreal 1872 MX
NASDAQ Canada New York City 2000 Nasdaq Canada
Toronto Stock Exchange Toronto 1861 TSX
TSX Venture Exchange Calgary 2001 TSX
NEO Exchange Toronto 2015 Aequitas Neo
Mexico Mexico Bolsa Mexicana de Valores Mexico City 1886 BMV
BIVA - Bolsa Institucional de Valores Mexico City 2017 BIVA
United States United States[1] BATS Global Markets Lenexa, Kansas 2005 http://www.bats.com/
BZX Exchange Chicago 2005 Cboe US Equities
BYX Exchange Chicago 2005 Cboe US Equities
Boston Options Exchange Boston 2002 BOX
C2 Options Exchange Chicago 2010 C2
Chicago Board Options Exchange Chicago 1973 CBOE
CBOE Stock Exchange- Ceased trading April 30, 2014[2] Chicago 1973 CBOE
Chicago Stock Exchange Chicago 1882 CHX
EDGA and EDGX Chicago 1998 Cboe US Equities
IEX New York City 2012 IEX
ISE and ISE Gemini New York City 2000/2013 ISE
Long Term Stock Exchange New York City 2019 LTSE
Members Exchange (MEMX) Jersey City 2019 MEMX
Miami International Securities Exchange Miami, Florida 2012 MIAX
NASDAQ New York City 1971 NASDAQ
NASDAQ OMX BX Boston 1834 BX
NASDAQ OMX PHLX Philadelphia 1790 PHLX
New York Stock Exchange New York City 1817 NYSE
NYSE Arca New York City 2006 NYSE Arca
NYSE American (formerly NYSE MKT and the American Stock Exchange) New York City 1908 NYSE American
Central America Costa Rica Costa Rica Bolsa Nacional de Valores San José 1976 BNV
El Salvador El Salvador Bolsa de Valores de El Salvador San Salvador 1992[3] BVES
Guatemala Guatemala Bolsa Nacional de Valores Guatemala City 1987 [http://www.bvnsa.com.gt/
Honduras Honduras Bolsa Centroamericana de Valores Tegucigalpa 2005 BCV
Bolsa Honduras de Valores 1993 BHV
Nicaragua Nicaragua Bolsa de Valores de Nicaragua Managua 1990 BVDN
Panama Panama Bolsa de Valores de Panamá Panama City 1989 BVP
South America Argentina Argentina Buenos Aires Stock Exchange Buenos Aires 1854 BCBA
Mercado Abierto Electrónico Buenos Aires 1988 MAE
Rosario Stock Exchange Rosario 1884 BCR
Bolivia Bolivia Bolsa Boliviana de Valores La Paz 1990 BVB Archived 2017-09-16 at the Wayback Machine
Brazil Brazil B3 São Paulo 1890 B3
Rio de Janeiro Stock Exchange Rio de Janeiro 1845 BVRJ
Brazilian Mercantile and Futures Exchange São Paulo 1971 BM&F
Bolsa de Cereais e Mercardorias de Maringá Maringá 1982 BCMM
Bolsa de Valores Minas - Espírito Santo - Brasília Belo Horizonte 1976 BOVMESB
Chile Chile Santiago Stock Exchange (MILA) Santiago 1893 SSE
Bolsa Electronica de Chile Santiago 1989 Link
Valparaíso Stock Exchange Valparaiso 1898 BOVALPO
Colombia Colombia Colombia Stock Exchange (MILA) Bogotá 1928 BVC
Ecuador Ecuador Bolsa de Valores de Guayaquil Guayaquil 1969 BVG
Bolsa de Valores de Quito Quito 1969 BVQ
Guyana Guyana Guyana Stock Exchange Georgetown 2003 GASCI
Paraguay Paraguay Bolsa de Valores y Productos de Asunción Asuncion 1977 BVPASA
Peru Peru Lima Stock Exchange (MILA) Lima 1860 BVL
Suriname Suriname Suriname Stock Exchange Paramaribo 1994 SSE
Uruguay Uruguay Bolsa de Valores de Montevideo Montevideo 1867 BVM
Bolsa Electronica de Valores de Uruguay Montevideo 1993 BEVSA
Venezuela Venezuela Bolsa de Valores de Caracas Caracas 1947 BVC
Caribbean Anguilla Anguilla ECSE
Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda ECSE
The Bahamas Bahamas Bahamas Securities Exchange Nassau 1999 BISX
Barbados Barbados Barbados Stock Exchange Bridgetown 1987 BSE
Bermuda Bermuda Bermuda Stock Exchange Hamilton 1971 BSX
Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Stock Exchange George Town 1997 CSX
Curaçao Curacao Dutch Caribbean Securities Exchange Willemstad 2010 DCSX Archived 2015-04-23 at the Wayback Machine
Dominica Dominica ECSE
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Latin American International Financial Exchange Guayacanes proposed LAIFEX
Bolsa de Valores de la República Dominicana Santo Domingo 1991 BVRD
Grenada Grenada ECSE
Haiti Haiti Haitian Stock Exchange 2007 HSE Archived 2018-05-07 at the Wayback Machine
Jamaica Jamaica Jamaica Stock Exchange Kingston 1968 JSE
Montserrat Montserrat ECSE
Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts and Nevis Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange Basseterre, Saint Kitts 2001 ECSE
Saint Lucia Saint Lucia ECSE
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Saint Vincent and the Grenadines ECSE
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange Port of Spain 1981 TTSE


Former exchanges

Major exchange mergers

See also

External links

References

  1. ^ "Exchanges". U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Retrieved 29 October 2014.
  2. ^ "SEC Joint Industry Plan" (PDF). U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Retrieved 4 November 2015.
  3. ^ Investment Policy Review: El Salvador by United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
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