Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires La Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires (BCBA), founded on 10 July 1854, is the main stock market and financial center of Argentina. Your transactions are basically company stocks, bonds, currencies and futures. This is a civil association without profit, led by representatives from different business sectors, regulated by Law No. 17,811, and supervised by the National Securities Commission. It has a General Arbitration Court, established in 1963 to arbitrate and mediate differences among the participants of the stock market. Performance indicators are the indices Photogalleries, Merval, General Index of the Stock Exchange, MAR, Indole and Indole wholesaler. Companies seeking to list its shares on the Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires must report quarterly its balance sheet and provide all relevant information. In 1999 listed on the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange 134 companies.According to a study of the 1999 International Finance Corporation, an arm of the World Bank, the average value of listed companies on the local bourse is 311.5 million dollars, a figure that places Argentina in 30th place between countries with stock markets. The Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires can suspend trading if it believes that it is necessary to control or prevent abnormal changes in prices. Other stock markets in Argentina are: Rosario Stock Exchange and the Stock Trade in Cordoba. The Stock Exchange is part of the Group of Eight which comprises the eight most powerful employers' organizations: Sociedad Rural Argentina, Uni n Industrial Argentina, Argentina Chamber of Commerce, Chamber of Construction, the Board of Trade, the Association of Private Banks Argentino Capital (ADEBA) and the Association of Banks of Argentina (ABA).