Stock Markets & Exchanges Links

African Securities Exchanges Association (ASEA)

ASEA provides a forum to facilitate the process of financial integration within the region for the effective mobilization of capital to accelerate economic development of Africa.

BIS International Debt Securities Statistics

BIS compiles a number of quarterly statistics on securities markets, including international debt securities and domestic securities. Data are mainly derived from market sources and provide information on aggregates of amounts outstanding and new issues.

Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE)

The BSE is aimed at growing the market in terms of number of listings, market capitalisation and liquidity; providing excellent returns for its participants; attracting the most foreign portfolio investment; improving internal operations.

Cameroon - Douala Stock Exchange (DSX)

The DSX is the Stock exchange of Cameroon and is the role agent licensed to trade in, and sell to the public, stocks, shares, bonds and other investment products.

Cape Verde Stock Exchange (BVC)

The Cape Verde Stock Exchange, S.A. began activity in December 2005, after making changes to its systems which now renders it more modern and effective. It is structured in accordance with international standards.

Casablanca Stock Exchange

The Casablanca S.E. was established in 1929, with a vision of assisting in financing the country’s economic development, meeting the needs of market operators and developing the stock market.

Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE)

The GSE, officially launched in 1991, was set up with the objectives of providing the facilities and framework to the public for the purchase and sales of bonds, shares and other securities, control the granting of quotations on the securities market, regulating and coordinating stock dealing activities, and cooperating with external associations of stockbrokers and stock exchanges.

Investing in Africa

Investing in Africa is a field guide to profitable opportunities in African stock markets.

Johannesburg Securities Exchange (JSE)

The JSE Ltd (“JSE”) is licensed as an exchange under the Securities Services Act, 2004. It has operated as a market place for the trading of financial products for nearly 120 years.

Lusaka Stock Exchange (LuSE)

The LuSE was established with technical assistance from the IFC and the World Bank in 1993. The Exchange opened on 21st February 1994. It is made up of stock broking corporate members and is incorporated as a non - profit limited Liability Company.

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