BSE First Quarter Report – 2014

Overall trading volume decreased by 26%, while at the same time, trading value decreased by 45% for the first quarter of 2014. The Put-Through Market was the only market to record increases in trading activity; 67% in terms of volume but a decline of 9% in terms of value. Regular Market activity fell by 48% […]

By Barbados Stock Exchange

July 30, 2014

Overall trading volume decreased by 26%, while at the same time, trading value decreased by 45% for the first quarter of 2014. The Put-Through Market was the only market to record increases in trading activity; 67% in terms of volume but a decline of 9% in terms of value. Regular Market activity fell by 48% in terms of volume traded and 54% in terms of value traded. The total number of trades increased by 24% from 298 in 2013 to 370 in 2014.

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Barbados Stock Exchange

The Barbados Stock Exchange is one of the leading stock exchanges in the Caribbean region. The Barbados Stock Exchange (BSE), formerly the Securities Exchange of Barbados, was re-incorporated on August 2nd, 2001 with the passage of the Securities Act 2001-13. As a result of the Act, the Barbados Securities Commission, now the Financial Services Commission, was established which has overall regulatory responsibility for the entire Barbadian Capital markets including all Self Regulatory Organizations (SRO), of which the BSE and its subsidiary the Barbados Central Securities Depository comprise, as well as all public companies whether listed or not. The Barbados Stock Exchange Inc. is a member of the World Federation of Exchanges with Correspondent Status.

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