Irish Stock Exchange (ISE)

Definition

Ireland's main stock exchange where Irish equities, bonds, investment funds, asset-backed securities, warrants, and securitized bonds are traded. Financial instruments are bought and sold mainly through an electronic platform called the ISE Xetra; the same platform used by the Deutsche Börse Group. The exchange first began trading in 1793 in Dublin, Ireland, and from 1973-1995, it was part of the International Stock Exchange of Great Britain. Its main trading hours are from 7:50am-4:40pm, Mondays through Fridays.
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