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Stock exchange

Thursday, August 12, 2010 @ 05:08 PM
posted by FSE Listings

Stock exchange

Organized market for securities trading. (Auch: Börsengebäude)

Exchange trading takes place at established times, with the exchange itself performing the following main functions:

· Bringing together supply and demand (market function)

· Creating an environment in which companies can raise capital by issuing securities (mobilization function)

· Guaranteeing that securities can be sold and transferred at any time (substitution function)

· Determining the current market price for an individual stock, and thus the market value of the company in question (valuation function).

The key indicators for the size of stock exchange are the stock exchange turnover and market capitalization.

As stipulated in the German Stock Exchange Act, the supervision of the regional stock exchanges is handled by the government of the respective states (Länder). Higher-level tasks which affect exchanges throughout Germany, such as the ordinance of stock exchange rules and regulations and the terms and conditions of business, are assigned to the bodies of the stock exchange, which include in particular the Exchange Council (Börsenrat) and Business Management. The decision to establish or close down an exchange is made by the State Exchange Supervisory Office, which is the highest authority at the state level.

Depending on the focus of their activities, stock exchanges are classified according to the following criteria:

1) Goods traded (securities exchange, precious metals, currency and commodities exchange)

2) Type of transaction (cash market, derivatives market)

3) Organization (floor trading, computer-based trading).

CONTACT INFO@FSELISTINGS.COM OR www.fselistings.com for more information on going public on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange

*FSE Listings: Note of warning, we have no affiliation to a group misrepresenting the FSE Listings brand called Julius Csurgo, Global Regency, Merger Law Associates, Frankfurt Listings, and other such names. As far as our research has revealed, they appear to charge more and allegedly are slower than our firm at listing, in addition, we are not even sure they can list firms. Several firms have complained they were listed and didn’t even get to trade or clear properly using listings services and contacted us believing us to be the same firm. We believe that in this matter, one should be careful of all firms who do not have the representative Mark Bragg contact you. Our firm listed several companies in April and expects to do this again in May, with over 100 listed to date as a consortium. We are the leaders, competition is only healthy if they are not misrepresenting a brand, therefore, we bring this to your immediate attention that we have no affiliation to these firms. We are the only FSE Listings Inc, contact Mark Bragg today.