Bremen Stock Exchange

DEFINITION of 'Bremen Stock Exchange '

Formerly located in Bremen, Germany, this stock exchange is now defunct. The Bremen exchange merged with the Berlin stock exchange in 2003. It is now known as the Borse Berlin-Bremen stock exchange.

BREAKING DOWN 'Bremen Stock Exchange '

The Borse Berlin-Bremen exchange is one of eight stock exchanges in Germany. Among them, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is one of the largest in the world. This series of exchanges plays a substantial role in world commerce.

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