Legislative and Regulatory Framework for the Stock Exchange market in Jordan

Manwa Nabulsi, Ruba Abu Shihab, Thikraiat Soufan, Abdul-Khaliq Shatha


This paper attempts to shed light on the legislative and regulatory framework of Stock Exchange market in Jordan, with a focus on the instructions related to the protection of competition and preventing monopoly. The researcher recommends that the supervisors of the Amman Stock Exchange Securities must activate all the ways that will work on accessing information for all investors and thus raise the efficiency of the market and in order to prevent the possibility of achieving extraordinary profits.


Amman Stock Exchange; Legislative and regulatory framework; Industries


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020130903.3255


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