Stock Exchange

Main article: financial institution which is engaged in all kinds of securities: stocks, bonds, public funds, and so on. The name and the Romance languages derived from Teutonic continental Bruges in Belgium, where in the fifteenth century trade developed for the purposes mentioned in the residence of the bankers Van de Bursa, whose crest, on the fa ade, included sculptured three bags. The bag of Antwerp, heiress of Bruges, was established in 1574, was born in 1561 the London Stock Exchange, which in 1773 acquired its current profile and, in 1792 the New York, today the world’s largest, followed by Tokyo, London, Paris, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Singapore, etc.. In operations mediate brokers and dealers, and daily, at the end of the session, are published rates and the stock index of the day.