Definition of bourse
1 : exchange 5a; specifically : a European stock exchange
2 : a sale of numismatic or philatelic items on tables (as at a convention)
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Hong Kong’s mainstay banking and financial sector has withstood crises and cutbacks, and is still a big draw for global talent, but the heyday of Chinese stock offerings in Hong Kong bourses appears to be over.
The Tadawul All Share Index was the best-performing Middle Eastern bourse on Sunday, rising 0.8 percent.
Most other global bourses, including New York and London, are closed for the New Year’s...
Industry officials have said the development of an entirely new system might be needed to link the bourses, keen to maintain their separate technical expertise.
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