Stock Markets

Stock markets are real and electronic exchanges that enable the buying and selling of securities. The most popular include the NYSE, Nasdaq MarketSite, and Tokyo Stock Exchange.

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What Does the S&P 500 Index Measure and How Is It Calculated?
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An Introduction to U.S. Stock Market Indexes
American Stock Exchange
American Stock Exchange (AMEX): Definition, History, Current Name
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Equity Market: What It Is, How It Works, Types, and Examples
Money and Financial Paper
Pink Sheets: Listings for Stocks That Trade Over-the-Counter
Pre-Market Trading: How It Works, Benefits, and Risks
Financial Times Stock Exchange Group (FTSE): Definition
Can the Correlation Coefficient Predict Stock Market Returns?
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Over-The-Counter Exchange of India (OTCEI) Features, Requirements
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DAX Stock Index: Definition and Member Companies
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Paris Stock Exchange (PAR)
How Do Investors Lose Money When the Stock Market Crashes?
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The 5 Biggest Stock Market Myths
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Equity Capital Market (ECM) Definition, How It Works, Types
Free Float Methodology & How to Calculate Market Capitalization
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Shanghai Stock Exchange
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Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (QFII) Definition, Rules
Who Owns the Stock Exchanges?
Self-Regulatory Organization (SRO): Definition and Examples
São Paulo Stock Exchange
Pacific Exchange (PCX)
Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA)
What Is the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA)?
The 2007–2008 Financial Crisis in Review
The Dow vs. the Nasdaq: What's the Difference?
Getting to Know the Stock Exchanges
New York Stock Exchange
What Is the Nifty 50 and Other Types of Nifty 50?
Capital Market vs. Stock Market: What's the Difference?
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Where Was the Dow Jones When Obama Took Office?
An Overview of Bull and Bear Markets
P (Fifth-Letter Identifier)
The NYSE and Nasdaq: How They Work
Is This Really the Longest Bull Market in History?
Bear Raid
What Is Distribution Stock and How Is It Sold?
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Nasdaq Composite vs. S&P 500 vs. Dow: What’s the Difference?
Amsterdam Stock Exchange (AEX) .AS Definition
Order Audit Trail System (OATS)
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How Thanksgiving and Black Friday Affect Stocks
Inflation's Impact on Stock Returns
Christmas on Wall Street
Santa Claus Rally Definition
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Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE): What it is, How it Works
What Is a Circuit Breaker in Trading? How Is It Triggered?
How Does a Stock Move From OTC to a Major Exchange?
Cincinnati Stock Exchange (CSE)
Cincinnati Stock Exchange (CSE)
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Medallion Signature Guarantee: What It Is and Where to Get One
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How does the performance of the stock market affect individual businesses?
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Tech Bubble
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Tokyo Price Index (TOPIX)
The Auction Method: How NYSE Stock Prices Are Set
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Singapore Exchange (SGX)
Factors That Cause a Significant Move in the Stock Market
What Causes a Significant Move in the Stock Market?
How Does the Law of Supply and Demand Affect the Stock Market?
Close-Up Of Stock Market Data On Digital Display
Weekend Effect: What It Is & Why It Happens
Definition of Fully Diluted Shares and How You Calculate Dilution
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How U.S. Stock Prices Correlate to the Value of the U.S. Dollar
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Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX)
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6 Ways to Prepare for a Market Crash
Auction Market Preferred Stock (AMPS)
Auction Market Preferred Stock (AMPS) Definition
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Stock Market Crash of 1929: Definition, Causes, Effects