Nicaragua's Securities Industry to Grow 25%

Despite a 44% drop in trading volume in October, the sector expects to finish 2009 with a 25% growth.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

This was announced by Gerardo Argüello, who explained that they expect higher volume in the last two months of the year, because the Central Bank of Nicaragua will issue various securities.

Argüello added: " the end of 2009, trading volume in the National Stock Exchange will reach $564 million, $108 million more than in 2008", reported

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