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Ljubljana Stock Exchange
The Ljubljana stock exchange (LJSE) was established on December 26th 1989 whilst Slovenia was still a part of Yugoslavia. The move required two new federal laws to be enacted and marked a major turning point for the centrally-planned economy. Indeed, the LJSE was the first stock exchange to be established in any socialist country. Within two years, Slovenia had declared its independence from Yugoslavia. When it was established, the exchange was owned by its members who numbered 24 in 2006. The official trading hours are 09:30 to 13:00
Acquisition of LJSE by the Vienna Stock Exchange
Financial Instruments Traded and Indices
The LJSE can be found at Slovenska 56, in the centre of the city. It has a website that provides financial information in English, together with some general information (http://www.ljse.si/).