After several months of work by financial and technical advisers with the US-led civilian authority in
The exchange last traded officially on
Bankers say the plan is to relist 10-15 stocks a month, with companies only being requoted after their accounts have been verified by internationally recognised auditors. Checks will also be made with big shareholders to weed out former regime members.
Ultimately, the country's 114 listed companies could be quoted on the exchange, which was launched in 1992 and became a hotbed of speculation.
Maria Khoury, head of research at Atlas Investment Group, a Jordanian investment bank, believes the market will offer regional and international investors an opportunity to test
Atlas this week launched a comprehensive guide to