National Stock Exchange of Australia to take on ASX with blockchain-based settlement system

National Stock Exchange of Australia to take on ASX with blockchain-based settlement system

The National Stock Exchange of Australia is to go head-to-head with the country's leading securities exchange ASX in a joint venture project to introduce a blockchain-based clearing and settlement system.

6 Top Dividend ETFs In Australia (Make $1,000 Per Month of Passive Income)

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ASX 200 market crash? 6 (great) reasons not to panic sell

Is the S &P/ASX 200 (INDEXASX: XJO) entering a bear market? Is the stock market is crashing?

“We’re in a stock market bear market!” Or are we?

Owen Rask explains why the Australian share market sell-off is probably overdone, and how you can profit over the long run.

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A 29 Year old’s Australian stock investment portfolio (ASX, NASDAQ)

I am a 29 year old and this is my Australian stock investment portfolio! Follow along as I explain exactly what companies I am invested in, how much weight each stock has in my portfolio and how much profit/loss each stock has brought to the portfolio! I have previously filmed a similar video as a 28 year old so it has been interesting to compare my portfolio 12 months apart.

I am invested in both the Australia stock market (ASX), as well as the United States stock market (NASDAQ).

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Australia’s Stock Market

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The Australian Securities Exchange is the country’s main stock exchange. The exchange is owned and administered by ASX Limited, and it is also known as the ASX.

Despite the fact that the exchange and the operational firms are two different entities, they are frequently referred to as one due to their interconnected nature. State-based stock markets were the first security exchanges in Australia in the 1800s.

The Australian Stock Exchange was established on April 1, 1987, as a result of legislation passed by the Australian Parliament that merged the six state securities markets. In 2006, the Australian Securities Exchange amalgamated with the Sydney Futures Exchange to become The Australian Securities Exchange.

Australian Securities Exchange Limited was renamed ASX Limited in 2010. There are several asset types and services to choose from. The exchange sells stocks, bonds, derivatives, and commodities, among other things.

Trading, settlement, clearing, and listing are all services provided by the firm. According to ASX Limited’s 2020 Annual Report to Shareholders, it is a “top 10 global securities exchange by value and Asia’s largest interest rate derivatives market”.

There are 2258 listings on the exchange, and they are denominated in Australian dollars.

Shares, futures, exchange traded options, warrants, contracts for difference, exchange-traded funds, unlisted managed funds (mFund), exchange traded managed fund (ETMF), real estate investment trusts, listed investment companies, and interest rate securities are among the products available for trading on ASX.

Australia’s economy is a well-developed mixed economy.

Australia has the 12th-largest nominal GDP (Gross Domestic Product), the 18th-largest PPP-adjusted GDP, the 25th-largest goods exporter, and the 20th-largest goods importer as of 2021. With the 103rd financial quarter, Australia set a new record for the longest period of unbroken GDP expansion in the developed world, marking 26 years since the country had a technical recession (two consecutive quarters of negative growth).

As of 2021, its GDP was expected to be A$1.7 trillion. In 2017, the service sector dominated the Australian economy, accounting for 62.7 percent of GDP and employing 78.8 percent of the workforce.

With a total projected value of US$19.9 trillion in 2019, Australia has the tenth largest total estimated value of natural resources. In 2009–10, when the mining boom was at its peak, the mining industry’s total value-added was 8.4% of GDP.

Despite recent declines in the mining industry, Australia’s economy has remained resilient and steady, with no recessions from 1991 to 2020.

In terms of domestic market capitalization, the Australian Securities Exchange in Sydney is the world’s 16th biggest stock exchange, and it contains one of the largest interest rate derivatives markets in the Asia-Pacific area.

Commonwealth Bank, BHP, CSL, Westpac, NAB, ANZ, Fortescue Metals Group, Wesfarmers, Macquarie Group, Woolworths Group, Rio Tinto, and Telstra are just a few of Australia’s major corporations.

The Australian dollar is the currency of Australia and its territory, which it shares with many Pacific nation states.

The economies of East and Southeast Asia, often known as ASEAN Plus Three (APT), are deeply linked with Australia’s, accounting for around 64 percent of exports in 2016. China, in particular, is by far Australia’s most important export and import partner.

Australia is a member of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), the G20, the OECD, and the World Trade Organization (WTO). ASEAN, Canada, Chile, China, South Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Peru, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, and the United States have all signed free trade agreements with the country.

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