The Bolsa de Valores de El Salvador is the primary stock exchange of El Salvador. The exchange is a member of the Federación Iberoamericana de Bolsa (FIAB) which connects exchanges in Iberia and the Americas. More than 70 companies are listed on the exchange, which first began trading in 1965 and recommenced trading in 1992. The exchange facilitates trading in both locally-issued securities and securities issued in other countries (including ETFs and American depositary receipts). Contracts traded on the El Salvador stock exchange include shares, bonds, certificates, and notes.
Trading hours: Monday through Friday 9:15 a.m. to 3:25 p.m. CT (UTC-6)
Settlement cycle: T3