When one thinks of the various stock exchanges that make up the market, the first to come to mind are likely the Dow, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the NASDAQ, and perhaps the London Stock Exchange Group (LSE.L). Yet, as those who are familiar with finance are well aware, there are far more exchanges than those well-known options.
In fact, there are actually twenty major international stock exchanges by market capitalization, each with a different set of companies in various sectors. Offering shares on international stock markets can mean an increased stockholder base, and energy metals company Dajin Resources Corp (DJI:CA) (DJIFF) , is aiming to grow their own base of investors by joining the Frankfurt Exchange – the 10th largest exchange in the world.
Dajin Broadens their Market
The Frankfurt Exchange recently accepted Dajin’s common shares for continuous trading through the Frankfurt Exchange’s Xetra trading platform. The listing was made possible by BankM biw AG, a German bank that offers small and micro-cap companies a variety of services that deal with capital markets. Dajin can be identified on Germany’s fully electronic trading system with the ticker symbol A1XF20, and the international security identification number (ISIN) CA2340672054.
"We are pleased to provide the Dajin story to a wider audience,” said Dajin CEO, Brian Findlay, “increasing both the potential shareholder base and market liquidity."
Dajin, a Vancouver-based metals exploration company, has brine-based lithium target projects located in Nevada and Argentina. With BankM biw AG assistance and sponsorship on Xetra, Dajin has begun their journey on the Frankfurt Exchange by securing higher liquidity and better pricing.
More information regarding Dajin Resources and their projects can be found on their website: www.dajin.ca.
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