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SIX is one of the most important European stock exchanges. It offers outstanding liquidity in trading of Swiss securities and connects companies from around the world with international investors and trading participants. As a self-regulated exchange, it is able to provide particularly market-friendly conditions for listing and trading in Swiss and foreign equities, bonds, ETFs, ETPs, funds, and structured products. The Swiss stock exchange multiples the locational advantages of the Swiss financial center with first-class services and is an ideal listing location for companies of every origin, size and sector. It operates its own range of indices, which includes the SMI®, Switzerland’s most important equity index. /


BX Swiss AG operates a stock exchange focused on the needs of Swiss investors and issuers. It is subject to the Financial Market Infrastructure Act and is supervised by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA.

Most recently, BX Swiss has massively expanded its range of tradeable products. Selected market makers ensure high liquidity for all tradeable instruments. Thus, investors in BX Swiss benefit from advantageous execution prices that have a positive impact on the performance of their investments.


«Finanz und Wirtschaft» (FuW), founded in 1928, addresses experienced private and professional investors who operate on or with global financial markets. FuW has the largest expert editorial team in Switzerland. Through daily digital updates and semiweekly issues (on Wednesdays and Saturdays), the printed newspaper edition explains the complex interdependencies of global economy and the events on national and international stock exchanges.

In its analysis, FuW covers all companies listed in Switzerland and all global companies that are important for German-speaking investors. Furthermore, FuW makes investment recommendations and contains extensive market data, which is available either online or in printed form. In addition to the main editorial office in Zurich, the publishing house has further in-house editorial offices in London, Frankfurt and New York.