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CSX to run stock training session

CSX to run stock training session

Cambodia’s Securities Exchange (CSX) will conduct a training session early next month called “Analysis of Listed Companies”, seeking to improve understanding of the securities sector, an announcement said on Thursday.

Held on August 3, the session will provide investors with trading strategies, analyses, concepts and real-world scenarios with the aim to bolster decision-making skills.

In addition, the fundamentals of stocks and trading will be covered for newcomers, according to the message.

“We expect that raising public awareness will help enhance the investor base for the market. This will speed up development of capital markets and support economic growth,” it said.

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