Vienna Stock Exchange Expands International Segment Global Market

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Monday, May 07, 2018 /02:21 PM / Mondovisione 

The Vienna Stock Exchange is again expanding its range of international securities on the 'global market'. From today, 60 new titles are tradable, including world-renowned brands and companies such as the French high fashion luxury goods manufacturer Hermes International, Berkshire Hathaway (the US investment company headed by Warren Buffet), the micro-blog operator Twitter, the US sports goods manufacturer Under Armour and the file hosting provider Dropbox. 

With this expansion, a total of 539 securities from 19 countries are available to domestic interested investors in the global market segment. This week is also the first trading day of the global research, educational and professional publisher Springer Nature at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. 

Immediately after the opening auction in Frankfurt on 9 May, the stocks of the science publisher, which publishes the world-famous science magazine "Nature", will also be available on the Vienna Stock Exchange. Investors can choose the Vienna trading centre at their bank or online broker of their confidence and benefit from the advantages of their local stock exchange. 

"Our investors are very positive about the new offer," says a pleased Christoph Boschan, CEO of Vienna Stock Exchange. "We can score points in trading the most internationally sought-after stocks with domestic quality standards, familiar trading hours and lower expenses than abroad," Boschan adds.


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In the global market segment, three market makers (Baader Bank, Lang & Schwarz and Raiffeisen Centrobank) ensure additional liquidity. By offering attractive prices, they ensure continuous trading from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Narrow spreads at high volumes ensure a prompt and cheaper execution for domestic private investors than abroad.

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