What is Japan's stock market called?

Answer Japan's stock market is the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE). The exchange was established in 1878 and known as the Tokyo Kabushiki Torihikijo. The exchange was renamed the Tokyo Stock Exchange in 1949.S... Read More »

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Why is the stock market called a Bull or Bear market?

I don't think we are out of the "woods" yet. But CIM is low priced, has a very low P/E of about 5 (vs. industry average of 13) and pay a super high dividend of 15% of current price. Only the negati... Read More »

What is the French stock market called?

The French stock market was known as the Paris Bourse Securities Exchange until September 2000 when the stock exchanges of Paris, Amsterdam and Brussels combined under the name Euronext. The CAC 40... Read More »

What was the longest bear market in stock market history?

The longest bear market was from September 1929 to July 1932, according to BBC News. Not only was it the longest bear market, but the markets also did not recover from that slump for 22 months. The... Read More »

What is the purpose of the stock market in a market economy?

In a market economy, the stock market is the backbone of the system. Companies offer shares of their business for purchase and pass on profits to their investors. The market is relatively free of ... Read More »