Stock Exchange of Perth

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Stock Exchange of Perth

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Dates of existence

1889 - 1986

History

The Stock Exchange of Perth was formed to allow brokers and traders to trade stocks and bonds for companies listed in Western Australia. It formed an association with the stock exchanges in Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and Hobart called the Australian Associated Stock Exchanges but remained an independent body. These six stock exchanges amalgamated on 1 April 1987 to form the Australian Stock Exchange Limited (ASX).

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Created 9 December 2014

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