name: San Diego Stock Exchange
The Santiago Stock Exchange was established on November 27, 1893. It is the main stock exchange in Chile and the third largest stock exchange in Latin America, second only to the Sao Paulo Stock Exchange and the Mexican Stock Exchange.
Santiago Stock Exchange transactions: stocks, bonds, investment funds, stock options, futures, gold, and silver coins minted by the Central Bank of Chile. The settlement shares are T+2. The exchange works every week except weekends and holidays.
The three major stock market indexes of the San Diego Stock Exchange:
1. Common stock price index: measures the stocks listed on most exchanges.
2. The selective stock price index is adjusted quarterly from the 40 stocks with the largest trading volume.
3. The Inter-10 Index is a volume-weighted index of 10 major Chilean stock markets listed on foreign markets through American Depository Receipts; stocks are selected from IPSA and adjusted every quarter. Futures are traded using IPSA and US dollars.
The chief executive officer of the San Diego Stock Exchange is José Antonio Martínez Zuggarramurdi, and the chairman is Pablo Yrarrázaval Valdés. There are 268 listed companies with a total market value of US$26.9 billion in 2013.
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