Yangon’s equities exchange has only five trading stocks and very few investors, but that’s about to change

//Yangon’s equities exchange has only five trading stocks and very few investors, but that’s about to change

Yangon’s equities exchange has only five trading stocks and very few investors, but that’s about to change

In a colonial building in Myanmar’s largest city, a large screen showed stock prices for a handful of companies. Four people, perhaps tourists, perhaps investors, shuffled around the floor. The clock struck 11. Suddenly the prices changed. Then, in an instant, all the people were gone.That was just another day at Asia’s tiniest bourse, the Yangon Stock Exchange. Home to only five companies, it updates prices just four times a day. And those are the high points. The rest of the time, little…

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