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stock exchange

noun [C usually singular]
 
 
( also stock market)
a place where parts of the ownership of companies are bought and sold, or the organization of people whose job is to do this buying or selling
股票(或證券)交易所;股票(或證券)交易市場
They bought some shares on the London stock exchange.
他們在倫敦證券交易所買了些股票。
Stock markets around the world are reacting to news of the US president's announcement.
世界各地的股票交易所都對美國總統宣佈的消息作出反應。
Financial investments and the stock market
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