ANALYSIS OF THE MACEDONIAN STOCK EXCHANGE INDEXES MBI10 AND OMB WITH SPECIAL REVIEW OF 2016

  • Eva Mladenova

Abstract

The stock exchange is a permanent place of trading according to strictly defined rules and regulations and with identical (homogeneous) goods that are not actually present. Often the stock market also marks the building where the stock exchange works. The stock market is a specially organized market where, according to special laws and regulations, money is regularly traded, typified goods, services and securities. The Stock Exchange is an organized institution that represents a permanent place for concluding contracts for selling and buying typified goods, services, effects, money, currencies and foreign currencies and securities under the regime of special rules and regulations and with the participation of authorized intermediaries such as agents , sensors, brokers, brokers and others. The object of contracts concluded on the stock exchange may be only the goods provided for by the statute, that is, the rules of the stock exchange. While the Stock Exchange Index is a tool for measuring changes in the prices of a group of securities. The stock exchange "basket" includes the shares of the top quality companies, which must be a representative sample and give a clear picture of the movements on the market. The world's leading stock quotation providers are: Daw Jones, Standard and Poor's, Morgan Staley and others. However, the Macedonian Stock Exchange has the index MBI 10, which includes the shares of Alkaloid, Stopanska Banka AD Skopje, Granit, Komercijalna Banka, Makpetrol, Stopanska Banka Bitola, Makedonski Telekom, Makedonijaturist, NLB Tutunska Banka and Skopski Pazar.


Key words: stock, market, intermediary, securities, methodology, calculation, companies.

Published
Sep 26, 2019
How to Cite
MLADENOVA, Eva. ANALYSIS OF THE MACEDONIAN STOCK EXCHANGE INDEXES MBI10 AND OMB WITH SPECIAL REVIEW OF 2016. Student's Social Science Journal, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 4, p. 63-73, sep. 2019. ISSN 2545-4021. Available at: <http://js.ugd.edu.mk/index.php/sssj/article/view/3245>. Date accessed: 07 dec. 2019.