Below is a list of the major stock exchanges in the world. The NYSE, established in 1792, is the world’s largest stock exchange by trade value and market capitalization of listed companies. NYSE Group is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (ICE), a leading operator of global exchanges and clearing houses. In the first half of 2016, ICE reported revenue of $2.3 billion.

 Largest stock exchanges by market capitalization

Rank Exchange HQ Location Market Capitalization
(US$b)
Date
1 NYSE New York, US 19,519 September 2016
2 NASDAQ New York, US 8,300 September 2016
3 London Stock Exchange Group London, UK 5,683 October 2016
4 Japan Exchange Group, Inc Tokyo, Japan 4,820 October 2016
5 Shanghai Stock Exchange Shanghai, China 4,090 October 2016
6 Euronext Amsterdam, London
Paris, Brussels, Lisbon
3,420 October 2016
7 Shenzhen Stock Exchange Shenzhen, China 3,360 October 2016
8 Hong Kong Stock Exchange Hong Kong 3,324 October 2016
9 TMX Group Toronto, Canada 1,940 October 2016
10 Deutsche Börse Frankfurt, Germany 1,650 October 2016
11 Bombay Stock Exchange Mumbai, India 1,630 October 2016
12 National Stock Exchange of India Mumbai, India 1,600 October 2016
13 SIX Swiss Exchange Zurich, Switzerland 1,450 October 2016
14 Korea Exchange Seoul, South Korea 1,300 October 2016
15 Australian Securities Exchange Sydney, Australia 1,220 October 2016
16 NASDAQ Nordic Exchanges Stockholm, Sweden 1,300 October 2016
17 BME Spanish Exchanges Madrid, Spain 1,068 October 2016
18 JSE Limited Johannesburg
South Africa
998.0 October 2016
19 Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) Taipei, Taiwan 869.0 October 2016
20 BM&F Bovespa Sao Paulo, Brazil 840.0 October 2016