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Acleda top for CSX trading accounts

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A man points to figures displayed by the CSX at a listing ceremony for the Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone in 2016. Heng Chivoan

Acleda top for CSX trading accounts

Aceleda Securities Plc (ACS) has become the company with the most registered trading accounts on the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) during the first half of this year, according to a press release on Tuesday.

CSX has listed the top three securities firms in the Kingdom as ACS, Phnom Penh Securities Plc and Cana Securities Ltd.

During the first half of the year, the total number of CSX accounts hit 9,891, 36 per cent of which were with ACS.

Phnom Penh Securities and Cana Securities were responsible for 2,066 and 1,010 accounts respectively.

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