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As an important component of the financial infrastructure of Ireland, The Irish Stock Exchange started in 1793 when it opened for trading in Dublin.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ise.ie/index.asp?locID=2&docID=-1 }}</ref>  The Exchange is powered by Xetra and EuroNTS and is regulated by the Financial Regulator.  It trades equities on ISE Xetra and government bonds on EuroNTS.  It attracts investment funds and specialist securities listings.
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As an important component of the financial infrastructure of Ireland, The Irish Stock Exchange started in 1793 when it opened for trading in Dublin.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ise.ie/index.asp?locID=2&docID=-1 |name=Exchange Profile |org=Irish Stock Exchange |date=April 2, 2008}}</ref>  The Exchange is powered by Xetra and EuroNTS and is regulated by the Financial Regulator.  It trades equities on ISE Xetra and government bonds on EuroNTS.  It attracts investment funds and specialist securities listings.


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Revision as of 14:31, 2 April 2008

As an important component of the financial infrastructure of Ireland, The Irish Stock Exchange started in 1793 when it opened for trading in Dublin.[1] The Exchange is powered by Xetra and EuroNTS and is regulated by the Financial Regulator. It trades equities on ISE Xetra and government bonds on EuroNTS. It attracts investment funds and specialist securities listings.

References[edit]

  1. Exchange Profile. Irish Stock Exchange.