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1A stock market in a non-English-speaking country, especially France.
stock exchange, money market, bourseView synonyms
- ‘‘But in the long term, there is probably room for just two or three,’ says the CEO of one of Germany's small regional bourses.’
- ‘Many European bourses dropped to five-year lows and the Nasdaq came close to five-year lows.’
- ‘But the reforms will transform India's exchanges from bazaars to modern bourses.’
- ‘The government's hopes for its markets will never be realized if the bourses remain a place to shake down investors.’
- ‘Singapore share prices sank to their lowest levels since April 1999, spooked by poor sentiment on regional bourses and negative remarks by Singapore leaders about prospects for the Singapore economy.’
- ‘The threat of war pummeled Asian stock markets on Friday, with some bourses sinking to levels not seen since the Asian economic crisis.’
- ‘The European bourses have barely paused for breath since recovering from the depths of early March, when in the backdrop of the imminent war in Iraq stock markets were on the receiving end of a pummelling.’
- ‘The local bourse did not open Wednesday for fear that investor panic in the wake of Tuesday's attacks would wreak havoc on the already depressed markets.’
- ‘Europe's bourses were rocked, and shareholders realized more than ever that bad governance costs them money.’
- ‘But the Korean bourse boasts a dubious distinction: It has less local investment than almost any other major market.’
- ‘But with investors moving money across national borders more easily than ever, the movements of stocks in one country are being felt more quickly in bourses worldwide.’
- ‘For investors in the major bourses of Asia, there's cause for celebration.’
- ‘Foreign investors have been net buyers in the local bourse throughout this month, buoying sentiment and boosting trading volume.’
- ‘One strategy authorities are pursuing to strengthen Chinese bourses is to allow in foreign investors.’
- ‘Mainland bourses have started to clean up their act, from delisting chronic money-losers to penalizing stock manipulators.’
- ‘If the exercises get too threatening, that could send Asian markets into paroxysms - just when the region's bourses are giving up gains from earlier this year.’
- ‘Foreign investors posted net selling in the Seoul bourse last year for the first time since the stock market opened to foreigners.’
- ‘Not all emerging-market bourses did badly in the last year.’
- ‘And a deal signed in June by the Malaysian and Singaporean bourses will make it easier for portfolio investors from either side of the border to trade stocks in both countries.’
- ‘The announcement coincided with a plunge in European stock markets as bourses revisited six-year lows.’
- 1.1The Paris stock exchange.
Mid 16th century (as burse, the usual form until the mid 19th century): from French, literally purse via medieval Latin from Greek bursa leather.
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