Middle East Stock Exchanges

The Abu Dhabi Securities Market is the first stock exchange in the Middle East to foster XBRL (eXtensible business reporting language) by recommending that all listed companies in the UAE use it to facilitate analysis, improve the quality of financial information, and enhance transparency. In other words, the UAE is the first country in the Middle East to be awarded an XBRL provisional jurisdiction and ADSM is the first exchange.

Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) is supervised by the Capital Market Authority (Saudi Arabia). It has signed a contract with OMX (a leading supplier and operator for stock exchange technologies) for the design, supply and implementation of trading, information dissemination, surveillance and depository and settlement systems.

NASDAQ Dubai was formerly known as the Dubai International Financial Exchange. Its equity derivatives market won the Futures & Options World (FOW) 2009 Award for "Best innovation by an exchange in product design, Middle East".

Here is the list of Stock Exchanges in Middle East (including Bahrain, Iran, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Turkey, UAE, etc):

Bahrain:
Bahrain Stock Exchange

Iran:
Tehran Stock Exchange

Iraq:
Iraq Stock Exchange

Israel:
Tel Aviv Stock Exchange

Jordan:
Amman Stock Exchange

Kuwait:
Kuwait Stock Exchange

Lebanon:
Beirut Stock Exchange

Oman:
Muscat Securities Market

Palestine National Authority:
Palestine Securities Exchange

Qatar:
Doha Securities Market

Saudi Arabia:
Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul)

Turkey:
Istanbul Stock Exchange

United Arab Emirates:
Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange
Dubai Financial Market
Dubai Mercantile Exchange
NASDAQ Dubai

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