The Australian Securities Exchange is Australia's primary securities exchange, sometimes referred to outside of Australia as the Sydney Stock Exchange. ASX is home to some of the world’s leading resource, finance, and technology companies.
Currency: Australian Dollar (AUD)
The ASX has opened up to competition in recent years, with the notable entry of Chi-X in execution venues.
For more information about the ASX, see the Corporate Overview page.
|Price Range||Tick Size|
|Up to 10c||0.1c|
|10c up to $2.00||0.5c|
|$2.00 up to $99,999,999.00||1c|
The opening auction procedure begins at 10:00 AM and lasts for about 10 minutes. Opening prices are calculated during this phase. Securities open in five groups, according to the starting letter of their ASX code:
The closing price is defined by the following closing auction mechanism.
Auction means an auction conducted in a Trading Platform in respect of Qualifying Bids or Offers pursuant to the following process:
1. Pre-CSPA (16:00 - 16:10): During this period:
2. CSPA (Closing Single Price Auction) (16:10-16:12 - random time +/- 60 seconds): During this period:
Order Types: traders can enter Limit, Market, and Market-on-Close orders to participate in the auction.