Börse Toronto, Kanada (Toronto Stock Exchange)
- 09:30 Uhr bis 16:00 Uhr (Ortszeit)
- 15:30 Uhr bis 22:00 Uhr (MEZ)
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- S&P/TSX 60
- Senior Equities
Allgemeine Informationen :
Am 26. Juli 1852 gründeten Börsenmakler die Vereinigung „Association of Brokers“. Man geht davon aus, dass sich daraus die Gründung der Börse in Toronto resultierte. Da allerdings keine Aufzeichnungen über damalige Transaktionen mehr existieren, kann man dies nur vermuten.
Die Toronto Stock Exchange selbst wurde am 25. Oktober 1861 von 24 Geschäftsleuten in der Freimaurerloge gegründet. Offiziell wurde die Gründung 1878 durch die Einberufung einer Legislativversammlung in Ontario und ein dort erlassenes Gesetz.
Zu Beginn des ersten Weltkrieges schloss die Börse kurzfristig, da man eine finanzielle Panik befürchtete. Ansonsten wuchs sie bis dato beständig. Die Standard Stock and Mining Exchange, eine auf Bergbau spezialisierte Börse, fusionierte 1934 mit der Toronto Stock Exchange. Das Unternehmen war bis dato ihr größter Konkurrent. Ein computerbasiertes Handelssystem gibt es mit dem CATS bereits seit 1977. 1997 wurde schließlich der Parketthandel eingestellt und wich gänzlich dem Computerhandel.
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