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Although it also has assets such as the London Metal Exchange, HKEX has almost become the equivalent of the bourse, its most high-profile subsidiary.

From Quartz

As commodity prices soared in the early 2000s—especially those of gold and copper, in which Mongolia abounds—the nation briefly became the world’s fastest-growing economy with its best-performing bourse.

From Time

Amata will be the first of at least four companies set to list on the fledgling Yangon Stock Exchange this year, according to Thet Tun Oo, executive senior manager at the bourse.

From Fortune

It’s the first ChiNext application to be rejected since the bourse introduced new rules in June to give firms an easier path under so-called registration-based initial public offerings.

From Fortune

The company’s shares plunged by almost 7% this week after the company filed documents to the bourse for approval.

From Quartz

Paul Smith filled the Bourse de Commerce with its copper cupola in June for his menswear show.

Once the bluest chip on the São Paulo bourse, worth $35 billion in 2011, OGX is trading at a few cents a share.

Georges d'Estourny speculated on the Bourse with money obtained from "kept" women who trusted in him.

Paul de Gery knew this through Joyeuse, who was now a stock-broker's accountant and well up in the doings on the Bourse.

The street which leads from the Place de la Monnaie towards the Bourse.

The price of the imperial bonds on the Bourse rose to ninety-nine, a price never afterward reached in Napoleon's day.

This was prevented, and after two years they were compelled to submit and the Berlin Bourse was again opened.

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On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bourse, such as: exchange, american stock exchange, amex, big board, nasdaq, and new york stock exchange.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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