Australian Stock Exchange
ASX stocks refer to the securities listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), which is the primary stock exchange in Australia. The ASX is home to a diverse range of companies from various sectors including financial, mining, healthcare, and consumer goods. The ASX is known for its strict listing requirements and corporate governance standards, which helps to attract quality companies and provide investors with a level of confidence in the market. The ASX is also home to a number of blue-chip companies, as well as small and mid-cap companies, providing a range of investment opportunities for investors. The ASX is one of the most liquid markets in the Asia-Pacific region, with a daily trading volume of billions of dollars. The ASX 200 index is considered as the benchmark index for the Australian equity market and it is widely used to gauge the performance of the ASX.