Lima Stock Exchange

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Lima Stock Exchange
Bolsa de Valores de Lima
The Bolsa de Valores de Lima
Type Stock Exchange
Location Lima, Peru
Founded December 31, 1860
Owner MILA
Key people Francis Stenning (CEO)
Roberto Hoyle (Chairman)
Currency S/.
Market cap USD 37.9 Billion (2008)
Indices S&P/BVL Peru General Index

The Lima Stock Exchange (Spanish: Bolsa de Valores de Lima, BVL) is the stock exchange of Peru, located in the capital Lima. It has several indices. The S&P/BVL Peru General Index (formerly IGBVL) is a value-weighted index that tracks the performance of the largest and most frequently traded stocks on the Lima Exchange.[1]

Other indices are S&P/BVL Peru Select and S&P/BVL Lima 25.

The Lima Stock Exchange is a member of the United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges initiative.[2]

Sectors in the Lima Stock Exchange:

  • Sector Agriculture
  • Sector Banks and Finance
  • Sector Diversified
  • Sector Industries
  • Sector Mining
  • Sector Services

See also


  1. ^ Investment Tools
  2. ^ "Mukhisa Kituyi, UNCTAD: Sustainable Stock Exchanges and the 21st Century Challenge for Global Finance". CFI. Retrieved 23 October 2014.

External links

  • (in Spanish) Bolsa de Valores de Lima

Coordinates: 12°02′54.88″S 77°01′52.94″W / 12.0485778°S 77.0313722°W / -12.0485778; -77.0313722

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