Reuters and Budapest Stock Exchange data show this was around three million shares.
What does BUX stand for?
BUX stands for Budapest Stock Exchange (Hungary)
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- Bureau of Naval Weapons
- Bureau of Weapons Instruction
- Bureau of Weapons Notice
- Bureau of Weapons Representative
- Bureau of Weapons Resident Representative
- Bureau of Weapons Technical Liaison Office
- Bottom Up Working Group (Swedish Post and Telecom Agency)
- Bradford Urban Wildlife Group (est. 1987; UK)
- Brighton Urban Wildlife Group (UK)
- Brotherhood of Utility Workers of New England
- Bunia, Zaire (airport code)
- Bauhinia Ungulata Factor Xa Inhibitor
- Buxtehude Werkverzeichnis (German cataloging number abbreviation for works by Dietrich Buxtehude)
- Bloomington United for Youth (Bloomington, MN)
- Buying Activity
- Boston University Youth Alliance for Housing (activist group; Massachusetts)
- Back Up Your Birth Control
- Boston Urban Youth Foundation
- Buying Team Leader (US FEMA)
- Buying Team Member
Samples in periodicals archive:
The bank s trading floor will also use the multi-asset Valdi front-end to connect to the Budapest Stock Exchange for trading equities, commodities and derivatives.
Graphisoft Park SE is a public European corporation listed on the Budapest Stock Exchange.
Their remarks sent the Hungarian currency, the forint, and the Budapest stock exchange plunging on Friday, and the cost of insurance against a sovereign default -- credit default swaps -- climbed.
When the time came to implement those reforms, he played a pivotal role in recreating the financial system a modern market economy required; he was the president and CEO of a large commercial bank and the head of the newly reopened Budapest stock exchange.
Shares of Graphisoft are traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange Neuer Market (GPH) and on the Budapest Stock Exchange (GRAPH).
Synergon, which floated on the Budapest stock exchange on May 5, while its Global Depository Receipts debuted two weeks earlier in London (CI No 3,649), blamed interest charges and foreign exchange losses for downturn in its pre-tax profit.
Shares offered on the Budapest Stock Exchange were snapped up by thousands of eager investors, mostly German, British and American.