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Luxembourg Stock Exchange 🇱🇺

Luxembourg Stock Exchange is a stock exchange located in the city of Luxembourg, Luxembourg. This page contains detailed information on LuxSE exchange's trading hours, market holidays, contact information and much more.

Luxembourg Stock Exchange trading hours
Luxembourg Stock Exchange
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Official trading hours
09:00 - 17:35Local time
Lunch hours
EUR (€)
35A Boulevard Joseph ll L-1840 Luxembourg

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Market holidays and irregular opening hours 2023

This table lists all the opening hours, market holidays and early closing dates of year 2023 for the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.

Holiday nameStatusTrading hours
Good Friday
Thursday, April 6, 2023Closed
Sunday, April 9, 2023
Labor Day
Sunday, April 30, 2023
ChristmasThis month
Sunday, December 24, 2023
Boxing DayThis month
Monday, December 25, 2023
New Year's DayThis month
Sunday, December 31, 2023

Stock market holidays for year 2024

Holiday nameStatusTrading hours
Good Friday
Thursday, March 28, 2024Closed
Sunday, March 31, 2024
Labor Day
Tuesday, April 30, 2024
Tuesday, December 24, 2024
Boxing Day
Wednesday, December 25, 2024


Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LuxSE) is a stock exchange based in Luxembourg, Luxembourg. The acronym or abbreviation for this market is LuxSE. This page contains information on the trading hours, market holidays, contact information and more.


Luxembourg Stock Exchange is located in the country of Luxembourg.

Stock exchanges near Luxembourg Stock Exchange include the following markets: Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Swiss Exchange, Eurex Exchange, BX Swiss Exchange & London Stock Exchange.

Official currency

The main currency of Luxembourg Stock Exchange is EUR. It's symbol is €.

General information

The Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LuxSE) is a highly respected financial institution that serves as a pivotal player in the global securities market. Its origins can be traced back to the year 1927 when it was initially established as the “Bourse de Luxembourg”. Since its inception, the LuxSE has undergone significant transformations and has emerged as a dynamic marketplace for securities trading.

History of Luxembourg Stock Exchange

In its early days, the Bourse de Luxembourg operated as a relatively small securities exchange with limited financial resources. It primarily dealt with government bonds, and its operations were modest compared to other European stock exchanges. However, the exchange’s fortunes began to change in the post-World War II era when Luxembourg emerged as a leading center for international banking and finance.

The Bourse de Luxembourg was able to capitalize on this new wave of economic growth and transformed itself into a global marketplace for securities trading. In the 1970s, the exchange began to attract foreign issuers, and its reputation as an international center for finance continued to grow. By the 1980s, the exchange had become a vital player in the European securities market and had established itself as a hub for Eurobond trading.

In 1990, the Bourse de Luxembourg was renamed as the Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LuxSE) and has continued to flourish in the modern era. The exchange’s success can be attributed to its innovative approach to securities trading, as well as its commitment to transparency and investor protection. It has also been at the forefront of sustainable finance, with the launch of the world's first green bond platform in 2007.

Agreement with MOX

Macao's financial asset exchange, MOX, signed an agreement with the Luxembourg Stock Exchange to promote cross-border investment and two-way bond listing. The move was part of China's plans to develop Macao's role as a financial centre in the Greater Bay Area. MOX was the first financial institution in Macao to offer bond issuance, listing, registration, custody, trading, and settlement services. In its first year of operations, 13 companies from Macao and mainland China issued and listed 18 bond products on the platform, with a total volume exceeding MOP40bn ($5bn). The agreement was signed in a ceremony attended by Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong, the Chairman and President of the MOX Executive Committee, Mex Zheng, and the LuxSE CEO, Robert Scharfe. [1]


LuxSE today

Today, the LuxSE is a prominent international exchange, attracting issuers from all over the world, and offering a wide range of securities, including equities, bonds, and derivatives. Its commitment to sustainability has further solidified its reputation as a leader in the financial industry. With its long and storied history, the LuxSE has become an integral part of the global financial landscape, contributing significantly to the growth and development of the securities market.

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