Australian stocks

Australian stocks are traded on the ASX. The ASX provides real-time data to investors with the Market Data Service, which provides information such as prices and trade volumes. The Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) is the main stock exchange in Australia. It is the only stock exchange in Australia that trades the stocks of all major Australian companies, with over 1500 companies listed. The ASX is a self-regulated market that operates independently of government and its purpose is to provide a fair, orderly and transparent market for the trading of securities.

There are many benefits to investing in Australian stocks. You can get a good return on your investment and you also support the growth of the economy. The Australian stock market is one of the most stable in the world and has been growing steadily over the past few years. Investing in Australian stocks could be a great way to diversify your portfolio and reduce your exposure to risk.

The table contains a list of stocks of companies in Australia that are traded on the Sydney Stock Exchange, sorted by market cap. You can view the details of the stock after clicking on an individual stock, where you will learn more information.

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