The Budapest Stock Exchange (BSE) is the primary securities exchange in Hungary, serving as a crucial hub for capital market activities in the country. Established in 1864, the BSE has a rich history and has played a vital role in the development of Hungary's financial sector.
The BSE provides a platform for the trading of various financial instruments, including stocks, bonds, investment certificates, and other derivatives. It serves as a marketplace where companies can raise capital by issuing shares or bonds to investors, allowing them to finance their growth, investments, and strategic initiatives. Additionally, it offers a venue for investors to buy and sell these securities, aiming to generate returns through capital appreciation and dividend income.
The BSE operates under the supervision of the National Bank of Hungary and is subject to regulations aimed at ensuring fair and transparent trading practices.
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