Tokyo Stock Exchange


Tokyo Stock Exchange
Tokyo Stock Exchange
 
['təʊkjəʊ stɔk ɪks'tʃeɪndʒ], Abkürzung TSE [tiːes'iː], umsatzstärkster Börsenplatz in Japan für in- und ausländische Aktien, Anleihen sowie Wertpapiertermingeschäfte; eine der größten Börsen der Erde, gegründet 1878. Träger der TSE ist eine staatliche, dem Finanzministerium unterstellte Organisation. Als Mitglieder der TSE sind v. a. in- und ausländische Wertpapierhäuser (Securities-Companies) sowie inzwischen auch Banken zugelassen. Die meisten Mitglieder führen Kundenaufträge aus (Regular Members), einige beschränken sich darauf, als Makler Kauf- und Verkauforders auszugleichen (Saitori-Members). Die wichtigsten Aktienindizes sind der Nikkei Dow Jones Average und der Tokyo Stock Price Index (kurz TOPIX) mit einer Reihe neuer Subindizes, z. B. TOPIX Core 30, TOPIX 100 und 500, TOPIX Small, TOPIX Large 70, TOPIX Mid 400.

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