Although several share holding companies (such as National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) in 1952) existed in Kuwait prior to the creation of the Kuwait Stock Exchange, it was not until October 1962 that a law was passed to organize the country's stock market. In April 1977, the stock exchange was initiated and it was named as the Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) in 1983.
On April 24, 2016, the Kuwait Stock Exchange became fully operated by a private company and its name changed to Boursa Kuwait, making it the only stock exchange in the Middle East owned by the private sector.
- Souk Al-Manakh stock market crash
- Economy of Kuwait
- List of Mideast stock exchanges
- List of stock exchanges
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