Cambodia’s stocks finished lower on Friday, with the Cambodia Securities Exchange Index down 1.28 points, or 0.41 percent, to close at 313.38.
A total of 2,038 shares worth 7.11 million riel (1,765 U.S. dollars) were traded.
The Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) is the national stock exchange of Cambodia. The exchange’s purpose is to achieve high economic growth by facilitating flows of capital, investment, and reallocation of capital based on capital market mechanisms. The exchange is headquartered in the Canadia Tower, in Cambodia’s capital city, Phnom Penh.
As of 2016, CSX was reported to have the smallest total market capitalization for its listed companies of any stock exchange in the world, with a total capitalization of $103.1 million.