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What is the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange (TTSE)?

Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange (TTSE)

The TTSE is the largest stock exchange in the Caribbean. There are around 30 companies listed on the main board of the exchange, while several businesses from Barbados, Jamaica and the Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange also cross-list their stocks on it.

Where have you heard about the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange (TTSE)?

The Caribbean is more well known for its sun-drenched beaches and laid-back vibe than its well-oiled financial markets, but it’s an emerging market that shouldn’t be dismissed. Trinidad is continuing to develop its natural gas and petrochemical sectors, and also produces many agricultural products, including cocoa, rice, sugarcane and coffee.

What you need to know about the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange (TTSE).

The exchange, which formally opened in October 1981, operates from Monday to Friday, and its main trading hours are between 9.30am and 12 noon. Trades are carried out via an electronic trading system.

As of 2017, the market capitalisation of the exchange is more than US$17 billion. Among the largest companies listed on the TTSE are Republic Bank, Trinidadian conglomerate ANSA McAL, National Enterprises and West Indian Tobacco.

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