Bermuda Stock Exchange - BSX

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DEFINITION of 'Bermuda Stock Exchange - BSX'

The stock exchange headquartered in Hamilton, Bermuda.

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The Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) was established in 1971, and is one of the largest offshore electronic securities market in the world.

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