The Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) is the largest stock exchange in Canada and the ninth-largest in the world by market capitalization. It is owned and operated by the TMX Group and has its headquarters in Toronto, Canada. The exchange lists a wide range of securities, including stocks, exchange-traded funds, investment trusts, and other exchange-traded products.
The TSX was established in 1852 and has a long history of supporting the growth of Canadian businesses. It has played a key role in helping to finance some of the country's most important companies and industries, including mining, energy, and finance. Today, the TSX is home to more than 3,000 listed companies, with a total market capitalization of over CAD 3 trillion.
In addition to the main TSX exchange, the TMX Group operates several other exchanges and platforms, including the TSX Venture Exchange, which provides a platform for early-stage companies and small-cap issuers to raise capital, and the Montreal Exchange, which specializes in derivatives trading.