About

The Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) is the only centralized securities market in Taiwan. It was founded in 1961 and began its operations a year later. Apart from stocks it also offers trading in other securities such as exchange-traded funds, government bonds and convertible bonds. The exchange works with a fully automated trading system since 1993 and is headquartered in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan. It has about 900 listed companies and a market capitalization of around 879$ billion.

Among the listings are well-known and actively traded companies such as Taiwan Semiconductor, Foxconn Technology, Chunghwa Telecom, MediaTek and Chang Hwa Bank. The main stock index is the Taiwan Capitalization Weighted Stock Index (TAIEX), often referred to as the Taiwan Weighted. It tracks the performance of most TWSE stocks and is a weighted average, so stocks with a higher market cap have a bigger impact. TradingView has tools like a stock screener and quotes dashboard to help traders find the best opportunities on the stock market of Taiwan.

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HOODAug 04 · 2021
The Power of Love: Robinhood's retail army rides to the rescue
Robinhood may have tanked its IPO, but the online army is nothing if not loyal, and they’ve come riding in on a surge of social media attention to save the day, sending Robinhood stock soaring 24% on Tuesday.
MOXCAug 04 · 2021
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Chinese regulators strike again
Chinese regulators are still on the warpath, and now they’re setting their sights on social media and video gaming, labeled “spiritual opium” by the state media. Social media platform Moxian is hit hard by the attack, losing 24% on Tuesday.
FLGCAug 04 · 2021
Flora gets high on new partnerships
Newly public Flora Growth is taking the market by storm, riding the wave of two new global distribution and supply partnerships to become one of TradingView’s top Tuesday gainers with a 62% jump.
DLPNAug 03 · 2021
Dolphin Entertainment Dives into the NFT Ocean
Dolphin Entertainment dives into TradingView’s top Monday gainers, fueled by a recent partnership with FTX to create its own sports and entertainment NFT marketplace. Prices swim up 55% to close at $12.22.
PYPLAug 03 · 2021
Paypal slips on Q2 earnings, but crypto momentum is building
PayPal ends the week on a low note, down over 8% in two days following light second quarter revenue and a drop in profit from last year. The losses continue into Monday, sinking a further 1.65% to close at $270.99.
PINSAug 03 · 2021
Pinterest interest plummets on poor Q2 results
Pinterest ended last week among TradingView’s top losers, down 18% on Friday after reporting a decline in monthly users and sinking a further 3% yesterday to close at $57.12.

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