BME Spanish Exchanges

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BME Spanish Exchanges

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Bolsas y Mercados Españoles (BME) is the operator of all stock Markets and financial systems in Spain. BME has been a listed company since 14 July 2006 and an IBEX 35® constituent since July 2007.

BME is a highly diversified company structured into seven business-units which represents the broadest and most varied range of products and services that a company in its sector can offer to the financial community: Equities, Public and Corporate Debt, Derivatives, Clearing and Settlement, Information Dissemination, Consultancy, New Technologies and Training.

BME comprises over 20 subsidiaries, among which some of the most prominent are Bolsa de Madrid, Bolsa de Barcelona, Bolsa de Bilbao, Bolsa de Valencia, AIAF Mercado de Renta Fija, MEFF, IBERCLEAR, MAB, Visual Trader BME Consulting, BME Innova, BME Market Data and Infobolsa.

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Definitions for BME Spanish Exchanges are sourced/syndicated and enhanced from:

  • A Dictionary of Economics (Oxford Quick Reference)
  • Oxford Dictionary Of Accounting
  • Oxford Dictionary Of Business & Management

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