2015 was not the best year for almost none of the economic actors in the country, but the Guayaquil Stock Exchange (BVG for its Spanish acronym) is not discouraged with the figures.
In 2015 it captured 66.8% of the domestic stock market. That is, $ 3.375 million of $ 5.046 million that were traded from January to December.
The Quito Stock Exchange (BVQ), meanwhile, produced the remaining 33.2%. The figures were provided by the Superintendency of Companies and also reveal that the stock market closed its trading records one third lower than than in 2014.