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Last Updated: Jul 21, 2020     Views: 103

Use Cheetah (formerly Intelliconnect)

  • Select Securities-All, then Exchanges & SROs to find rules for U.S. exchanges.

Bloomberg, available at Lippincott Library or in Huntsman Hall, has information on stock markets worldwide.

  • Type EPRX and hit the green <GO> key for a list of exchanges by country or region.
  • Type WCAP and hit the green <GO> key to find world market capitalization by country.
  • Type EPR and hit the green <GO> key to find a list of exchanges by country, with some profile information about each.

The IMF's Annual Report on Exchange Arrangements and Exchange Restrictions (AREAER) includes foreign exchange arrangements, exchange and trade systems and capital controls of all IMF member countries.

Use the World Federation of Exchanges' (WFE) Statistics Portal to access ]market capitalization, number of listed companies, trading volume, and other statistics for WFE members and non-members. (Access to the Statistics Portal requires free registration.)


For historical information, see the following print manuals:

  • Handbook of World Stock, Derivative, & Commodity Exchanges (call number HG4551 .H32).
  • Standard & Poor's Global Stock Markets Factbook (call number HG5993 .E447).
  • World Stock Exchange Fact Book (call number HG4551 .W655).