Bulgarian Stock Exchange - Sofia

The Bulgarian Stock Exchange - Sofia (Bulgarian: Българска фондова борса - София, "Balgarska fondova borsa - Sofiya", abbreviated BSE) is a stock exchange operating in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. It was originally founded on 15 April 1914 through a tsar's decree, but ceased to operate after the Second World War as Bulgaria became a Communist state. It was re-established in late 1991.

As of June 2008 the total market capitalization of the Bulgarian Stock Exchange is around $18.3 bln. The exchange has pre-market sessions from 09:00am to 09:20am, normal trading sessions from 09:20am from 01:45pm and post-market sessions from 01:45am to 04:00pm on all days of the week except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays declared by the Exchange in advance. []

The Bulgarian Stock Exchange publishes the following indices:

* BG40
* BGTR30

As of May 2007, the Bulgarian Stock Exchange is 44% owned by the Bulgarian Government, which is looking for potential worldwide investors, some of them being the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Athens Stock Exchange, OMX, the Prague Stock Exchange, etc.


External links

* [http://www.bse-sofia.bg/ Official website] (in Bulgarian and English)

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