OMX Nordic Exchanges
What are the OMX Nordic Exchanges?
They comprise a stock exchange that covers the Nordic financial market. Stocks sold by companies in countries including Sweden, Finland and Denmark can be traded in one place. It’s one of the biggest exchanges in Europe.
Where have you heard about the OMX Nordic Exchanges?
The OMX Nordic Exchanges do not include the most famous markets around the world, but they do have companies listed on it that you’ll recognise, including AstraZeneca, Carlsberg, Volvo and Ericsson.
What you need to know about the OMX Nordic Exchanges.
OMX Nordic Exchanges refers to Nasdaq Nordic - subsidiaries of Nasdaq, Inc - that provide financial services and operate marketplaces for securities in the Nordic and Baltic countries.
The following exchanges, with official market names in brackets, are operated by Nasdaq Nordic: Copenhagen Stock Exchange (Nasdaq Copenhagen); Stockholm Stock Exchange (Nasdaq Stockholm); Helsinki Stock Exchange (Nasdaq Helsinki); Tallinn Stock Exchange (Nasdaq Baltic); Riga Stock Exchange (Nasdaq Baltic); Vilnius Stock Exchange (Nasdaq Baltic); Iceland Stock Exchange (Nasdaq Iceland) and the Armenian Stock Exchange (Nasdaq Armenia).
The Nordic Exchanges trade shares, premium bonds, retail bonds, convertible loans, exchange-traded funds and warrants. One of its main indices is the OMX Nordic 40, which tracks the 40 most traded stocks on the exchange.