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Tunisian Stock Market - Bourse de Tunis

by Tom Huggens, 3496 days ago
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The Bourse de Tunis or Bourse des Valeurs Mobilières de Tunis is the main and unique stock exchange in Tunisia. It is based in Tunis and it was founded in 1969.

In 15 November 1995, a reform in the Tunisian internal market was introduced with tax cuts on corporations, improved taxation of investment income and a change in taxes on capital gains and dividends. This reform and the introduction of four bodies to control and manage the market (La Bourse de Valeurs immovilières - BVMT, le Conseil du Marché Financier - CMF, la Société Interprofessionnelle de Compensation et de Dépôt des Valeurs Mobilières - STICODEVAM, le Fonds de Garantie de Marché - FGM) has profoundly changed and improved the Tunisian Stock Exchange and the Bourse de Tunis.

Currently the Bourse de Tunis lists more 50 companies divided into 15 industries (Banking, Financial services, Insurance, Telecommunication, General retailers, Travel and leisure, Health care, Automobiles and parts, Food and Beverage, Personal and household goods, Construction and materials, Industrial goods and services, Chemicals, Basic Resources and finally Oil and Gas). The current list of symbols contains 52 ticker symbols and besides the ticker names, the companies' title and the ISIN number are also included.

Historical end-of-day data can be retrieved by Bourse de Tunis - EOD data. The data is imported from the Bourse de Tunis website (www.bvmt.com.tn).

Here are some other Arab countries' stock markets: Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange, Saudi Stock Market, Dubai Financial Market ticker symbols, Muscat Security Market symbols, Kuwait Stock Exchange.

Here is a sample list of companies listed in the Bourse de Tunis or Bourse des Valeurs Mobilières de Tunis:
[ISIN] - [Symbol name] - [Company title]
TN0004000055 - SIMPAR - SOCIETE IMMOBILIERE ET DE PARTICIPATION
TN0002300358 - AL - AIR LIQUIDE TUNISIE
TN0006670012 - SIPHA - SOCIETE DES INDUSTRIES PHARMACEUTIQUES DE TUNISIE
TN0006610018 - TJL - ATTIJARI LEASING
TN0004700100 - ATL - ARAB TUNISIAN LEASE
TN0001800457 - BIAT - BANQUE INTERNATIONALE ARABE DE TUNISIE


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