Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE)

The Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) is a relatively new exchange. It began operations in 2007 and now lists hundreds of companies. The exchange is automated, allowing for real-time trading. Trades are primarily performed through brokers. CSE-listed companies primarily include regional and national Canadian companies, many of which operate in the commodities sector. In addition to publicly-traded companies, a number of structured products and government bonds are also listed.

Trading hours: Monday through Friday 9:30 a.m to 4:00 p.m ET (UTC-5)
Settlement cycle: T+3 (moving to T+2)

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