Amsterdam Stock Exchange – World’s First Stock Exchange

Generally the origin of the stock exchange is traced back to the stock exchange in Antwerp (1460). Still the Amsterdam Stock Exchange is considered as the oldest stock Exchange in the World. This was established in 1602 by the Dutch East India Company (Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie or called VOC) that issued the first shares on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange.

The company was the first in issuing the stocks and bonds. It was later renamed as the Amsterdam Bourse and was the first to begin trading in secuirities.

3 thoughts on “Amsterdam Stock Exchange – World’s First Stock Exchange”

  1. i dont think Amsterdam Stock Exchange can claim to be the first stock exchange
    It is BOMBAY STOCK EXCHANGE THE OLDEST AND FIRST EVER TO START IN WORLD YOU CAN FIND THE TRACES LONG BACK IN THE END OF 15TH CENTURY U CAN CONFIRM AN HISTORIAN TOO FOR THIS FACT

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