Caracas Stock Exchange

March 2003
International Dictionary of Finance, 4th Edition;2003, p39
Reference Entry
Information about Caracas Stock Exchange is presented. It refers to the stock exchange in Caracas, Venezuela. The share price index is the Indice Capitalizacion Bursatil.


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