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Aquis Exchange to add eight new markets

02 June 2014  |  1132 views  |  0 Source: Aquis Exchange

Aquis Exchange, the subscriptions-based European equities exchange*, today announced that it will begin trading stocks from a further eight markets later this month.

The largest stocks from Belgium (20), Denmark (20), Finland (25), Italy (40), Norway (25), Portugal (20), Sweden (30) and Switzerland (20) will be added to the Aquis Exchange universe. Trading in these stocks will begin on 26th June.
Aquis Exchange launched on 26th November 2013 by offering trading in the top 100 UK stocks, the largest 40 French stocks and the 25 premier Dutch stocks. The 30 biggest German stocks were added to in January 2014.

Commenting, Aquis Exchange CEO Alasdair Haynes said: "Since our launch late last year we have been steadily increasing volumes and bringing more Members on board. This expansion of our trading universe is in line with our policy of having a phased approach to growing the Aquis Exchange platform and we are confident that our subscription pricing model will continue to attract more participants."

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