DEFINITION of 'Santiago Stock Exchange (SSE) .SN'

Located in Santiago, the SGO is the premier stock exchange of Chile. It trades stocks, bonds, investment funds, derivatives and gold and silver Chilean coins. It also has an electronic trading platform called Telepregon, which trades U.S. dollars. Only market shares are traded on the floor in conjunction with screen trades.

BREAKING DOWN 'Santiago Stock Exchange (SSE) .SN'

The SGO was founded in 1893. It runs from 9:30am to 4:30pm in the winter and stays open until 5:30pm in the summer. The SGO posts three major indices, the General Stock Price Index, the Selective Stock Price Index and the Inter-10 Index.

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