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Casablanca Stock Exchange

by Tom Huggens, 3922 days ago
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The Casablanca stock exchange, bourse de Casablanca, is the unique stock exchange of Morocco and the third largest exchange in Africa after the South Africa's Johannesburg Stock Exchange and Nigerian Stock Exchange which is based in Lagos.
The Casablanca stock exchange (CSE) is based in Casablanca and it has two main stock indexes: The MASI or Moroccan All Shares Index, which includes all listed shares, and the MADEX or Moroccan Most Active Shares Index, which includes the most active shares that are listed continuously.

The current list of symbols contains the ticker symbols of all companies listed on the Casablanca stock exchange. The list contains 75 ticker symbols and includes the code, ISIN code, market and sector/category of each stock.

Example of ticker symbols:
Auto NEJMA - MA0000011009 - Distributeurs - Marché Croissance
BMCI - MA0000010811 - Banques - Marché Principal
CARTIER SAADA - MA0000011868 - Agroalimentaire / Production - Marché Developpement
CIMENTS DU MARTOC - MA0000010506 - Batiment et Materiaux de Construction - Marché Principal

Here are some other trading objects that are related to Africa:
Tunisian Stock Market - Bourse de Tunis contains a list of symbols of companies listed on Bourse des Valeurs Mobilières de Tunis. Bourse de Tunis - EOD data is a downloader that gets historical end-of-day data for Tunisian stocks.
Nigerian Stock Exchange - Historical Data gets historical quotes and ticker symbols for more than 200 Nigerian companies.




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