Börsenkürzel von A – Z

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A »

AFF – Milan Stock Exchange
AIA – AIAF (Renta Fija Stock Exchange)
AOE – AMEX Options Exchange
ARC – Archipelago ECN
ASE – American Stock Exchange
ASX – Euronext Amsterdam
ATH – Athens Stock Exchange
ATL – London Stock Exchange Automated Trades
AUS – Australian Stock Exchange

B »

BAR – Barcelona Stock Exchange
BBA – British Bankers Association LIBOR Rates
BER – Berlin-Bremen Stock Exchange
BGI – Bulgarian Stock Exchange
BIL – Bilbao Stock Exchange
BKK – Stock Exchange of Thailand
BOI – Bombay Stock Exchange Indices
BOM – Bombay Stock Exchange
BOS – Bank of Spain
BOX – Boston Options Exchange
BRE – Bremen Stock Exchange
BRN – Bern Stock Exchange
BRU – Euronext Brussels
BSE – Bucharest Stock Exchange
BSI – Bucharest Stock Exchange Indices
BSP – Sao Paulo Stock Exchange (Bovespa)
BUD – Budapest Stock Exchange
BUE – Buenos Aires Stock Exchange
BUI – Budapest Stock Exchange Indices
BUL – Bulgarian Stock Exchange (Sofia)

C »

C40 – Deutsche Bank X-markets
CAI – Cairo Stock Exchange
CAR – Venezuela Stock Exchange
CBO – Chicago Board of Options Exchange
CBT – Chicago Board of Trade
CEC – New York Board of Trade
CEM – CME E-Mini Futures Contracts
CME – Chicago Mercantile Exchange
CMX – Commodities Exchange New York
CSE – Copenhagen Stock Exchange

D »

DJI – Dow Jones Indices
DJR – Dow Jones RT
DJX – Dow Jones STOXX
DTB – EUREX
DUS – Dusseldorf Stock Exchange

E »

EAF – Austrian Mutual Funds
EAG – Austrian Special Funds
EAI – Vienna Indices
EAS – NASDAQ Europe
EAT – Vienna Options and Futures
EAV – Vienna Stock Exchange
EDV – European Energy Exchange
EID – Irish Stock Exchange Dublin
ENI – Euronext Indices
ENM – EURO New Market
ETI – EEX Indicative Prices
ETR – XETRA
EUB – Eurex Bonds
EUS – EUREX US
EWX – Stuttgart Stock Exchange
EXA – Energy Exchange Austria

F »

FFC – Frankfurt Currencies
FIF – Finnish Investment Funds
FIM – Fund Insight Fund Market
FKA – Fukuoka Stock Exchange
FSE – Frankfurt Stock Exchange (Floor)
FSF – Finnish Special Funds
FX1 – S&P ComStock Composite FOREX

G »

GFI – GFI FX Options
GTI – GTIS Forex

H »

HAM – Hamburg Stock Exchange
HAN – Hannover Stock Exchange
HEL – Helsinki Stock Exchange
HET – Helsinki Stock Exchange Evening Trading
HEX – Helsinki Stock Exchange – All Day
HFE – Hong Kong Exchange Derivatives
HKG – Hong Kong Exchange Equities (realtime)
HOX – Hong Kong Exchange Equities
HSE – Helsinki Stock Exchange

I »

IND – USA Indices
IPE – International Petroleum Exchange
IS2 – Island ECN Level 2
ISB – Istanbul Stock Exchange (Bonds)
ISE – London Domestic Quotes
ISL – Island ECN
ISS – London Domestic Trades
IST – Istanbul Stock Exchange
ISX – International Securities Exchange

J »

JKI – Jakarta Stock Exchange Indices
JKT – Jakarta Stock Exchange
JQI – JASDAQ Indices
JSE – Johannesburg Stock Exchange

K »

KAR – Karachi Stock Exchange
KBT – Kansas City Board Of Trade
KLS – Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange
KOS – KOSDAQ
KSE – South Korea Stock Exchange Seoul
KSI – South Korea Stock Exchange Indices

L »

LAQ – Euronext.LIFFE (Auto-Traded Quotes)
LAT – Latibex

M »

MSI – Morgan Stanley Indices
MSX – Madrid Stock Exchange
MUN – Munich Stock Exchange

N »

NA2 – NASDAQ Market Maker Level II
NAP – Nasdaq OTC Bulletin Boards
NAR – NASDAQ Regional Markets
NAS – NASDAQ Stock Market
NCB – New York Stock Exchange – Corporate Bonds
NEE – New Zealand Futures an Options Exchange
NF1 – NASDAQ Unit Investment Trusts
NF2 – NASDAQ Money Market Funds
NF3 – NASDAQ Mutual Funds
NKI – Nikkei Indices
NOO – Nasdaq Other OTC Securities
NQD – NASDAQ Germany
NQI – NASDAQ Indices
NY2 – New York Stock Exchange Level 2
NYB – New York Board of Trade – NYBOT
NYI – NYSE Indices
NYM – New York Mercantile Exchange
NYR – NYSE Regional Markets
NYS – New York Stock Exchange
NZE – New Zealand Stock Exchange

O »

OFO – Osaka Futures and Options
OMS – Options Market Stockholm (OM)
ONE – OneChicago Futures Exchange
OSE – Osaka Stock Exchange
OSX – Oslo Stock Exchange

P »

PHO – Philadelphia Options Exchange (OPRA)
POE – Pacific Options Exchange (OPRA)
PRA – Prague Stock Exchange
PSE – Euronext Paris

R »

RIO – Rio de Janeiro Stock Exchange
RIS – Riga Stock Exchange
RTS – RTS – Russian Trading System

S »

SAP – Sapporo Stock Exchange
SCM – Spain Continous Market
SFE – Sydney Futures Exchange
SFF – Swiss Indices
SFI – Spain Fixed Income
SFS – Standard & Poor’s Fund Sectors
SFU – Standard & Poor’s Funds
SHG – Shanghai Stock Exchange
SIF – Swedish Investment Funds
SIX – Spain Indices
SNM – Spain New Market
SPG – Standard & Poor’s Global 1200 Indices
SPI – Standard & Poor’s Indices
SQ1 – London International Quotes Level One
SSE – Stockholm Stock Exchange
STU – Stuttgart Stock Exchange
SWM – Spanish Warrants Market

T »

TAE – Tel Aviv Stock Exchange
TAH – Milan Stock Exchange – After Hour Trading
TAI – Taiwan Stock Exchange
TAL – Tallinn Stock Exchange
TAO – Taiwan Stock Exchange OTC
TED – Tokyo Stock Exchange (End of Day)
TET – Tallinn Stock Exchange – Evening Trading
TFO – Tokyo Futures and Options
TOR – Toronto Stock Exchange
TSE – Tokyo Stock Exchange
TYI – Tokyo Indices (End of Day)
TYO – Tokyo Stock Exchange (End of Day)

V »

VAL – Valencia Stock Exchange
VTX – VIRT-X

W »

WSE – Warsaw Stock Exchange
WSI – Warsaw Stock Exchange Indices
WTB – Commodity Exchange Hannover

X »

XTI – Xetra Indicative Prices

Z »

ZRH – Zurich Stock Exchange
 

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