Largest stock exchanges worldwide in 2013, by value of electronic order book share trading (in billion U.S. dollars)

Leading global stock exchanges worldwide 2013, by value of traded shares This statistic shows the largest global stock exchanges globally in 2013, ranked by the value of electronic order book share trading. In that year, the NYSE Euronext U.S. was the largest stock exchange worldwide, with value of EOB shares traded amounting to approximately 13.7 trillion U.S. dollars.
Stock exchanges - additional information

Stock exchanges are an important part of the free market economic system and are the most important component of the stock market. A stock exchange provides the setting in which stock brokers, sellers, buyers and traders can be brought together to take part in the sale of shares, bonds, derivatives and other securities.
The core function of a stock exchange is to enable the fair and orderly trading, as well as the provision of price information of any securities being traded on that exchange. Originally the exchanges were physical places (in some world locations the goods are still traded over-the-counter) but with time, they took the shape of an electronic platform.
In order that company shares may be bought, traded and sold on a stock exchange, the company is required to have undergone an initial public offering process (IPO) on that particular exchange. The initial public offering of Alibaba Group Holding, a Chinese company operating in the e-commerce sector, on the New York Stock Exchange in September 2014, was the largest listing in the United States since 1996. The IPO of Alibaba Group Holding raised approximately 21.77 billion U.S. dollars.
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Value in billion U.S. dollars
NYSE Euronext U.S.13,700
NASDAQ OMX U.S.9,585
Japan Exchange Group6,516
Shenzhen Stock Exchange3,911
Shanghai Stock Exchange3,785
London Stock Exchange Group2,315
NYSE Euronext Europe1,722
Deutsche Börse1,383
Korea Exchange1,334
TMX Group1,333
Value in billion U.S. dollars
NYSE Euronext U.S.13,700
NASDAQ OMX U.S.9,585
Japan Exchange Group6,516
Shenzhen Stock Exchange3,911
Shanghai Stock Exchange3,785
London Stock Exchange Group2,315
NYSE Euronext Europe1,722
Deutsche Börse1,383
Korea Exchange1,334
TMX Group1,333
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This statistic shows the largest global stock exchanges globally in 2013, ranked by the value of electronic order book share trading. In that year, the NYSE Euronext U.S. was the largest stock exchange worldwide, with value of EOB shares traded amounting to approximately 13.7 trillion U.S. dollars.
Stock exchanges - additional information

Stock exchanges are an important part of the free market economic system and are the most important component of the stock market. A stock exchange provides the setting in which stock brokers, sellers, buyers and traders can be brought together to take part in the sale of shares, bonds, derivatives and other securities.
The core function of a stock exchange is to enable the fair and orderly trading, as well as the provision of price information of any securities being traded on that exchange. Originally the exchanges were physical places (in some world locations the goods are still traded over-the-counter) but with time, they took the shape of an electronic platform.
In order that company shares may be bought, traded and sold on a stock exchange, the company is required to have undergone an initial public offering process (IPO) on that particular exchange. The initial public offering of Alibaba Group Holding, a Chinese company operating in the e-commerce sector, on the New York Stock Exchange in September 2014, was the largest listing in the United States since 1996. The IPO of Alibaba Group Holding raised approximately 21.77 billion U.S. dollars.
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September 2014
Region
Worldwide
Survey time period
2013

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