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SIX Swiss Exchange

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The SIX Swiss Exchange is part of the SIX Group. The exchange is based in Zürich and it is the principal stock exchange in Switzerland. Securities like bonds, ETFs and derivatives are also traded in this exchange. The exchange is closed on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. The normal trading session starts at 09:00 am and ends at 05:30 pm.

Currently, there are 347 companies listed in the SIX Swiss Exchange, some of them are foreign companies (United States, Germany, France, Great Britain...).
I have got the current list of symbols directly from the exchange website (www.six-swiss-exchange.com), the list contains the following fields:
Symbol: The company ticker symbol.
Symbol name2: The company ISIN number.
Group: The Company group (whether the company is based in Swiss or in a foreign country).
Industry: the Company's industry.
Index: The indexes that reference the company.
Title: The company title or full name.
Country: The company country.
Currency: The stock currency.

The SIX Swiss Exchange main index (blue-chip index) is the SMI (Swiss Market Index); it consists of the companies with the highest flat market capitalization.
The other indexes included in this list are: SMI Expanded, SPI, SLI, Swiss All Share Index, UBS 100 Index, SPI Extra, SPI ex SLI, SXI Lie Sciences, SXI Bio+Medtech, Investment-Index, SMI Mid, Sarasin Swiss IPO Index.
Here is the item, I have created, that let you download historical quotes for stocks listed in the SIX Exchange: SIX Swiss Exchange - Historical quotes

Sample of stocks listed in the SIX Swiss Exchange:
[title - ticker - ISIN - currency - country - industry - indexes]

ABBOTT LABOR - ABT - US0028241000 - CHF - USA - Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals

APEN N - APEN - CH0009153310 - CHF - Swiss - Investment Trusts      - Indices: Swiss All Share Index and Investment-Index

ARPIDA N - ARPN - CH0021218067 - CHF - Swiss - Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals - Indices: SPI, SPI Extra, SPI ex SLI and Swiss All Share Index                        

CASTLE ALT N - CASN - CH0005092751 - CHF - Swiss - Investment Trusts - Indices: Swiss All Share Index and Investment-Index                              

HEXAGON AB - HEXN - SE0000103699 - CHF - Sweden - Industrial Goods


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