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The '''Athens Stock Exchange''' or '''ASE''' ([[Greek Language|Greek]]: ''Χρηματιστήριο Αξιών Αθηνών'' or ''ΧΑΑ'') is a stock exchange located in [[Athens]], [[Greece]].
The Athens Stock Exchange was first opened in []. Originally, it shared facilities with the Central Post Office in Athens. From [] until [], it was located at the corner of [[Aiolou Street|Aiolou]] and [[Sofokleous Street]]s. In [], it moved to 11 Sofocleous, where it stayed until October []. On [[November 1]] of that year, it relocated to 1 Pesmatzoglou Street. By [], it outgrew those facilities and a move to a new building was decided on. On [[December 19]], [], it officially moved to [[Psiri]], at 10 [[Sofokleous Street|Sofocleous Street]], near the city centre of Athens. For this reason the Athens Stock Exchange is also called "Sofokleous". As of [[July 2]], [], it is located in its new headquarters, designed by Babis Vovos Constructions, at the corner of [[Athinon Avenue]] and Chrimatistiriou Street in [[Votanikos]].
In July [] the [[Greek parliament]] made the appropriate agreement that will allow ASE (Athens Stock Exchange) to enter the European stock exchange market, and join the benefits of other major stock exchanges of the European union.