|Website Menu and FAQs|
The website menu appears in the upper section of the screen and is divided into six topics:
- Market Data
Data from the trading day and its end for all products traded on TASE: stocks, government and corporate bonds, convertible securities, ETFs and the derivatives market. Clicking on a product name in the market data tables leads to a product page that includes main product data, charts, historical data, statistics, corporate actions and more.
Daily, weekly, monthly and annual reviews prepared by the Research Unit, trading and statistical data in various cross-sections, short sales and more.
TASE for beginners, information about the different securities traded on TASE, indices, derivatives market and frequently asked questions
Information about listing securities on TASE. This menu also includes explanations about dual listings and sector classification.
- Trading System
Explanations about the trading method and phases, trading lists, as well as TASE trading and vacation schedules.
- About TASE
Information about the TASE, its history and its activity – organizational structure, TASE members, rules and regulations, trading and vacation schedules, as well as information about Israeli capital market legislation. This menu also includes TASE news, information about the Conference Center, contact information and directions for reaching the building.
|Searching for trading data|
There are several ways to access the market data of products traded on the TASE:
Search for trading and content data - a search field located in the upper right corner of all pages of the site.
Search for Securities, Companies and Indices - a search field found on the site's home page, in the Market Data area.
To locate the data requested using these two search fields, start typing the name or number of the security, company or index. The system will automatically complete and offer names of securities, companies, indexes, etc. matching the typed letters. Clicking on the name of a product will lead to the market data, company details or index data page.
|Free text search|
To conduct a text search on the TASE website, type the desired keyword in the "Text Search" box located in the ruler bar at the top of the page and click on the "Text Search" button.
The results page will display all the pages on which the key word is mentioned. Clicking on the name of the page brings one to the desired content page
The Advanced Search page enables a detailed search of the trading data for all the products traded on the TASE alongside a text search with various options.
You can reach this screen from the "Search for trading and content data" field or through the following link:
Advanced Data Search
In this area you can view all the securities included in a particular cross-section (for example: all stocks or shares in a particular sector) or search for a specific security or index.
- To search for all securities of a certain type – select the type of product (security, index, etc.) and click on the “Search” button.
- To search for all securities that belong to a specific sector or index for one of the product types – select the product type and its secondary classification.
- To search for a specific security – select the product type and its secondary classification and then select the desired product in the third field (“Choose Security from List”).
Advanced Text Search
In this section you can search for texts in the website according the following characteristics:
- Exact phrase
- A phrase including at least one of the words
- File type
- Update time
|TASE website frame structure|
The website frame is comprised of three fixed sections:
- Upper window
- TASE logo
- Ticker tape of indices and shares
- English/Hebrew language buttons (upper right hand corner)
- Text and data search boxes
- Section Two
- "My TASE" personal portfolio
- Click through to TASE "Corporate Actions" database
- Website main menu
- Click through to useful web pages for various target audiences
- Bottom Section
The center section of each page displays various pages prompted by navigating or searching the website.
The TASE website home page includes the following areas:
- TASE Indices / Most Active
- TASE Indices - changes in the main TASE indices during and at the end of the trading day. Selecting an index and clicking the blue button "Index Page" leads to the requested index page.
- Most Active - Significant fluctuations in the shares of the TA-125 index and a link to a full daily review on the TASE website.
- Corporate Actions
Six most recent corporate action announcements from the Maya system In addition, it is possible to reach the full list of Corporate Actions announcements on Maya by clicking on “More…>”.
- TASE News
In this area you can keep up to date with everything new at the TASE - trade openings, special events, official announcements, including TASE announcements, board of directors’ decisions, and more.
- Market Data
This area includes the following three components:
- Search for Securities, Companies and Indices
- TA-35 index data including:
- Main data – last rate, change, turnover and index data chart
- Additional data – base, open, high, low, yields and useful links to data on the index page.
- Additional Market Data – useful links to securities market data, indices, derivatives and more.
Links to statistical data – daily, weekly, monthly and annual reviews as well as data about trading statistics, short sales, exchange rates and the derivatives market.
|Data ticker |
The data ticker is displayed at the bottom of the screen and has two display modes:
- Regular - displayed by default and contains the main TASE security index data. Clicking on the name of the index will lead to a detailed information page for that index.
- Expanded - can be reached by pressing the "Expand" command on the right edge of the ticker bar. In this situation it is possible to view the data of other indices and their turnover, as well as trading data of TA-35 shares.
Did you know?
The term "ticker" originally referred to a teleprinter used by stock exchanges to automatically report to brokers on rates and stock transactions, by printing on paper. The term “ticker” was coined because of the noise of the machines, and the first ticker was developed on the New York Stock Exchange in 1867. Until then messengers or mail were used.
|TASE for beginners|
TASE is a private company established by its member bank and brokerage houses in 1953, for the purpose of organizing and servicing securities trading in Israel. Located today at Ahad Haam Street 54 in Tel Aviv, TASE operates automated trading systems for all traded securities: shares, convertible securities, bonds, T-bills, Index linked notes and derivatives.
|TASE rules and regulations|
The law requires the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, as a condition for obtaining a license, to implement rules. The rules must be approved by the Israel Securities Authority and the Minister of Finance.
The rules and regulations of the TASE include, among other things, rules regarding: TASE members, listing of securities for trading, trade suspensions and maintenance rules, trading on the TASE, publication of information by the TASE, and the commissions the TASE collects.
Additional information and the Rules and Regulations sections >
|TASE trading and vacation schedules|
| ||Market Data, Securities and Foreign Currency Categories|
|Looking for a certain cross section of securities or foreign currencies?|
It is possible to search securities according to preset categories by navigating the main menu – clicking on the first item on the menu, "Market Data" opens the next level menu on which the various types of products traded on TASE are listed.
Clicking on the type of product opens an additional menu level on which one may select "Market Data" and receive a data table classified according to different types of securities included in the selected product type.
|Intraday trading data|
During the trading day, TASE website publishes indices and trading data of all the products traded on the TASE: stocks, government and corporate bonds, convertibles, ETFs and the derivatives market.
The indices are published on-line while trading data on securities - at a 20 minutes' delay, according to the accepted practice of financial sites around the world.
To view intraday data during the trading day:
For intraday trading data outside of trading hours>
|Data dissemination – intraday data|
To receive intraday data for TASE-traded products, contact to one of the data vendors dealing in TASE market data.
Use of data
|Data dissemination – end-of-day raw data files|
On the "Market Data > File Distribution
" menu, one can find raw data in ASCII format, which contain information on TASE-listed companies, traded securities, end-of-trading day statistics, the composition of indices, changes in capital listed for trade, etc.
The raw data files are called "Data Type". These files can be downloaded by clicking the relevant row in the "uncompressed" column (".tas" format). The same files can be downloaded in a "zip compressed" format as well.
For the purpose of deciphering data in a data file, one can view "in the structure data type column" (".def" file) listing all data types by clicking on the name of data type requested (left column).
A picture of the screen depicting the format of the table follows:
Data Type" is constructed as a series of alpha-numeric characters. In order to decipher the various fields one must divide the series of numbers according to the field length definitions in the relevant ".def" file. It is subsequently possible to decipher each field separately according to type.
Payment-based download of data files
The download of data files other than those available for free download is subject to payment.
The list of Available Data Files can be accessed through Market Data> Raw Data
Details regarding payment can be found on the TASE Price List
To purchase access to files, e-mail email@example.com
Use of data
|Foreign currency exchange rates|
|Real Time vs. Delayed Data|
| ||Product Description Pages|
|What is a product description page?|
A "product description page" is a page containing relevant summary information regarding a product (type of security) traded on TASE. Clicking the name of a given security on any data table on the site takes one to the relevant product description page.
- "TASE-traded companies" pages contain basic information about a specific company, market data on its securities, the indices in which the security is included, graphs and historical data, turnover statistics and click through referrals to financial statements and corporate disclosures from the MAYA (online corporate announcements) website (Hebrew only) and the Corporate Actions database (English).
- "Index pages" contain key information regarding a given index, a description of the index and its constituent securities, additional TASE-traded products for which the index is an underlying product, graphs, historical data and the latest disclosures filed by constituent companies from the MAYA website (Hebrew only).
- "Product description pages" are defined for all TASE products, including: Israel government bonds, index linked notes, options and futures and mutual funds.
|Historical trading data|
The options for viewing or downloading historical prices data:
- Historical data can be downloaded from the TASE website (explanation follows) separately for each security, from the year 2000 onwards, for free. This applies solely to securities which are currently TASE-traded.
- Derivatives Historical Data
- Information regarding delisted securities
- To obtain historical data for the period preceding 2000, or for securities not currently traded or for cross-sectional data, please contact TASE data vendors.
- Students – pre-2000 historical data can be found in the libraries associated with the faculties of business administration and economics.
Downloading historical data from the TASE website
- In the top section of the TASE website – one can conduct a search on any TASE-traded security (after typing the first few letters, a list completing the name will appear automatically).
- On the results page, click on the name of the security
- This will lead to the company page:
Clicking on the "historical prices" tab on the company page leads to the screen which enables the presentation of historical data according to the following:
- Historical prices – prices, trading volume and end-of-day data from 2000 to present;
- Intraday price data – transaction data during the last trading day
- Off-exchange transactions
- Miscellaneous queries:
- Trading halts for a period
- High/low prices for a period
- Average price for a period
- To download the desired historical data, select:
- Period of time
- Frequency of data
- Type of data
- Press the "Display Data" button
- A data table will appear at the bottom of the screen
- To download the data to your computer, click on the "Export Table Data" and save the file on your computer in one of the following formats:
|Where can one view a company's principal shareholders?|
- In order to view a list of a given company's principal shareholders one must access the company page.
- In the company page, select the "Profile" tab.
- The pie chart gives the holdings of principal shareholders, institutional investors and the public (free float). Under the pie chart there is a click through link to a list of principal shareholders ("Interested Parties"), which appears in Hebrew and/or English on the language in which the holdings are reported, and details regarding their holdings in absolute, relative and NIS terms.
|Comprehensive list of a company's securities|
- One can access a list of all (of a given company's securities (including non-listed securities) through its company page.
- On the company page, click the "Profile" tab.
- Click through the "List of Securities" to receive a table summarizing the company's securities.
|Derivatives market – searching for historical settlement prices and upcoming expiry dates|
You can get future or historical expiration data as follows:
- Go to the market data page for all derivatives - Site menu > Market data > Derivatives market.
- Select a tab that matches the requested base asset.
For example, in order to get expiration data for options on the dollar rate:
- Select the tab “Dollar" under “FX Derivatives".
- Once the derivates data page is displayed, select the “Exercise Dates" tab.
- Once the information is displayed, select “Future" or “Historical".
In order to access the charting application, one must enter the relevant "product description" page
on the website and select the "charts" tab. A screen with the following fields will appear:
- "Select Time Period" (pre-defined periods or user-defined range of dates)
- "Select Data Frequency"
- "Select Display Type"
- "Select Linkage"
- After making selections, click on "Update Chart". Comparison security/index graphs can be added in order to analyze comparative performance by selecting the relevant security or index and clicking "Display". The chart will be updated with data selected.
Comment: For expired derivatives – select the period during which the derivatives were traded to access historical data.
|Where can one find financial ratios and summary data from financial statements?|
Each TASE-listed company has a dedicated company page, which includes basic information about the company, market data on its securities, the indices in which they are included, charts and historical prices, statistics, latest filings from the MAYA website (Hebrew), etc.
Key information from a company's financial statements as well as financial ratios can be accessed through the company page under the "Profile" tag.
The financial ratios displayed include:
- Market-to-book value
- Price/Earnings ratio
- Equity/Asset ratio
- Return on Equity
Accessing a company page
- In the search box at the top of the page start typing the company name and select the icon "company" next to the completed name.
|How can one search for companies or securities according to industry or classification?|
|Viewing an index page|
Every TASE index has a dedicated page on the website that accumulates all the information about it. This page can be accessed in several ways:
- TASE Home page > “TASE Indices” area contains links to leading TASE index pages. To access an index page, select the required index and click on the blue button “Index Page” that is displayed above the index data chart.
- Site menu > Market Data > Indices
You can view the complete index list by selecting the main category Indices, or view lists according to index categories such as Market Cap. Indices, Sector Indices, Tel-Bond Indices, etc. To view the requested index page, select the index from the list and click on it.
- TASE Home page > Additional Market Data > TASE Indices
Clicking on the “TASE Indices” button leads to a complete list of all TASE indices. Select the desired index from the list and click on it to go to its index page. It is also possible to filter the list by time period or index category. In addition, the table can be sorted by index name, category, code, last rate and change.
- Footer > Trading and Data > Indices
Clicking on “Indices” leads to a complete list of all TASE indices. For an explanation on how to use this list see the previous item.
- Search trading and content data
|How can I see which securities are included in a certain index?|
To view an index’s components:
1. Go to an index page and click on the orange button “More about [index name] +” on the upper right-hand side of the page:
2. In the displayed menu, select “Index Components”.
|Indices that include a company security|
In a company's page under “More about [company name]” >"Indices", you can view a table that summarizes all the indices that include the Company's securities, as well as a table of the Company's securities data for floating-point indices.
To reach a Company Page from any page on the site:
- Type the name of the desired company in the search window located at the top right of the screen. The system automatically completes the name according to the information on the site.
- After locating the desired company, click on the "Company" button to the right of the company name.
The Company "Profile "page opens.
|Historical data on the TASE indices turnovers|
Trading turnovers of the main indices on the TASE are available under Market Data > Daily Review. On this screen you can get details about the end of the current trading day, the end of the previous trading day or another date.
Additional historical data for indices can be found under the index pages of the site in the "Historical Data” tab:
|Calculation of continuously quoted indices|
|For further information regarding the calculation of continuously quoted share price indices, click here.|
|Reviews and statistical data|
The TASE website enables users to view monthly statistics for TASE-traded securities and by various cross-sectional categories, such as index or industry.
For detailed tables, click here.
|Off exchange transactions|
To view OTC transactions go to: site menu > Market Data > Daily Review > OTC Transactions
The resulting data table shows off-exchange transactions as of the end of the previous trading day. Transaction data for historical dates can also be viewed by selecting the date requested in the filter element.
Short sale is the sale of a security that is not owned by the seller. For this purpose, the seller must borrow from another party the securities intended for sale, prior to the short sale. Short sales contribute to enhancing trade and improving liquidity in the market.
On the TASE, stocks, ETFs, bonds and Treasury bills (Makam) can be sold short. A short sale is a "reverse order" investment in which the sale precedes the purchase. In a short sale the investor earns when the security price goes down, and loses when the price rises.
The TASE website presents data on weekly short sale balance.
|Where can one find information regarding delisted securities?|
|Where can I view TASE Financial Reports?|
|What is a personal portfolio?|
The personal portfolio is an area on the TASE website that can be customized. This area allows a view of market data on securities and performance of indices and mutual funds at the user's choice.
|How do I access my personal portfolio?|
You can access your personal portfolio from any page on the site by clicking on the blue "My TASE" button in the upper left corner of the screen.
If you have previously registered to your personal portfolio, just enter your username and password and click "My TASE Sign In".
You can check the "Remember me on this computer" box before clicking the "My TASE Sign In" button to log on. This way, it will not be necessary to re-enter the user information for two weeks (as long as the "exit" button is not pressed from the personal portfolio).
Unregistered users need to complete a short registration process and choose a user name and password before entering the system for the first time.
|Restore / Change Password|
- In the login screen, click the "Reset Password" button.
- In the "Remind Password" page that opens, enter the user name and the e-mail that you used when registering to the site.
- After clicking the "Finish" button, an e-mail will be sent to you with a new password to be used for signing in.
It is recommended that you change the password to a personal password when you log back in to your personal portfolio.
How do I change my password?
- Enter your personal portfolio with your current username and password.
- Press the “Update Details” button.
- In the screen that opens, click the "Change Password" button. In the screen that opens:
- Type in your current password
- In the next line type in the new password
- In the third line, re-enter the new password for confirmation
- Once all the details have been completed, click the "Save" button.
|Updating details in your personal portfolio|
- Enter your personal portfolio.
- Press the “Update Details” button.
- Update the relevant details in the screen that is displayed.
- Click “Finish” to confirm.
|How does change one's password?|
- Click the "Update Details" button.
- On the screen that opens, click on "Change Password" button.
- On the screen that opens, key in the current password and on the following line the new password. Validate the new password and click "Save".
|Adding/removing a security from your personal portfolio|
How do I add a security to my personal portfolio?
All over the site, in the data tables for securities and product pages, a folder icon with the "+" symbol appears. By clicking this icon, the security will be added to your personal portfolio, and you will be automatically transferred to your personal portfolio.
How do I remove a security from my personal portfolio?
Enter your personal portfolio. You will see a list of all securities in your portfolio on the screen. Select the security you wish to remove and click on the folder icon with the “-“ symbol.
|How does one delete security from the "My TASE" personal portfolio?|
|Log in to "My TASE" and a list of all the securities included in your portfolio will appear on screen. Select the security designated for deletion and click on the "-" icon.|
|What is the "personal ticker"?|
The personal ticker is a ticker tape tailored to data in the current "My TASE" personal portfolio. That is to say, the ticker at the top of the page presents market data on the leading TASE indices together with data on the shares selected for the "My TASE" portfolio. The presentation does not include derivatives, mutual funds or indices calculated once-a-day at the end of the trading day.
To select how indices are displayed on the Personal Ticker:
- Clock on the pencil icon on the ticker or on the "Personal Ticker" tab.
- Clicking through brings up a screen on which one can select whether the standard key indices together + TA-25 shares or alternatively the shares and indices included in the My TASE personal portfolio will be displayed.
|Ex-corporate action dates and Adjusted closing prices in historical price tables and Graphs|
Price adjustments for the distribution of benefits arising from corporate actions
Record date (cum date) – the day at which day's end the list of stake holders entitled to a benefit (dividend, stock dividend, interest, etc.). This is the date on which an investor must be listed as the owner of the security in order to enjoy the benefit (dividends, rights, interest payment, etc.). The actual payment or delivery of rights date comes later, and the security holder on the record date will receive the benefit even if the securities were sold in the interim period.
Ex date – The trading day starting from which those purchasing the security is not entitled to the dividends/stock dividends, interest, rights, etc.
On the ex-date, due to the distribution of a benefit (dividend, rights, interest, etc.) to security holders, the price of the security is lowered by the amount of the gross benefit. The adjusted price (ex-price) constitutes the security's base price on the ex-date. The objective of this system is to neutralize the effect of the benefit given to the holders of securities on the TASE indices.
Ex-price calculation example
Share price before the “ex” was equal to 120 ag. Dividend of a gross 20 ag. was distributed. Share ex-price equals 120-20 = 100 ag.
Types of "ex" events
The following table summarizes the types of "ex" events indicated in the historical price data tables:
Type of ex
A share traded 'ex-dividend' (without dividend) is traded without the right to receive the dividend payment.
A share traded 'ex-dividend' (without rights) is traded without the right to receive the rights.
A bond traded 'ex-interest' (without coupon) is traded without the right to receive the interest payment.
Ex-coupon and Partial Redemption
Ex C PR
A bond included in the Tel Bond indices, traded 'ex-interest and partial redemption' (without coupon and partial redemption), is traded without the right to receive the interest payment and partial redemption.
A share traded 'ex-stock dividend' (without bonus shares) is traded without the right to receive the dividend payment, for which the record date entitling shareholders to the stock dividend was the day preceding the ex-date.
A security traded 'ex technical correction' is traded after a technical price correction, which changed the price without affecting the security's rate of return relative to the period preceding the correction.
After Consolidation/ Reduction of Capital
A security traded 'ex-equity unification/reverse split' undertaken by the company.
The ex coefficient is the fraction received by dividing the ex-price of a security by the reference price on the trading day preceding the ex date).
The coefficient enables one to compare prices and calculate the return on securities during periods in which an ex-event occurred.
Adjusted price - Historical Data and Graphs on the TASE website
On the TASE web site, security “Historical Prices” tab (not including the mutual funds), one can view the “Ex” coefficient on the ex-date as well as securities prices adjusted to the coefficient.
Security "Charts" Tab - Securities data charts (not including the mutual funds) display the adjusted closing prices. Chart data exports a spread sheet including the adj. price and the closing price.
In addition the charts enables the view of "Ex" dates by using the chart's menu > Flags > Ex Dates.
| ||Corporate Actions and Disclosures and TASE Announcements|
|Corporate Actions and Disclosures and TASE announcements |
The TASE operates a website for publishing Corporate Actions and Disclosures alongside TASE announcements ("MAYA").
The Corporate Actions website (available in English) provides a view of corporate events and income payments dates including: dividend, interest rate, exercise dates, general assembly schedule and more.
Other filings of listed companies and mutual fund managers are currently available in Hebrew only.
In addition, various TASE announcements are published on Maya, such as decisions of the Board of the Directors, Changes on TASE Rules and Regulations, TASE indices component updates.
For the Hebrew Disclosures Site >
|Inquiries to the Israel Securities Authority regarding public companies|
Knafei Nesharim 22, Jerusalem 95464
|Public Affairs – Israeli Banks|
Barclays Bank PLC
Tel Aviv Platinum Building, Floor 22,
21 Ha'arba'a Street, 64739, Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv Platinum Building, Floor 11,
21 Ha'arba'a Street, 64739, Tel Aviv
HSBC Bank PLC
Beit Moses 74, Rothschild Boulevard, 6578517, Tel Aviv
Union Bank of Israel, Ltd.
6 Ahuzat Bayit Street, 6514304,Tel Aviv
Bank Otsar Ha-hayal
11 Menachem Begin Street, 5268104, Ramat Gan, P.O.B. 3506
Israel Discount Bank, Ltd.
156 Herzl Street, 6810118, Tel Aviv
Bank Hapoalim, Ltd.
50 Rothschild Blvd., 6688314, Tel Aviv
Bank of Jerusalem, ltd.
2 haNegev Street, Motorolla Building, Floor 4, Public Affairs Unit, Airport City
Bank of Israel
Bank Leumi Le-Israel, Ltd.
Mizrahi Tefahot Bank, Ltd.
P.O.B. 3450, 5213602,
Bank Massad Ltd.
Hogi House, 12, Aba Hillel Silver St., 5250606, Ramat-Gan
Mercantile Discount Bank
125 Derech Menachem Begin, 6701201, Tel Aviv
The First International Bank of Israel, Ltd
7 Itzhak Sade Street, 6777507, Tel Aviv
38 Rothschild Blvd., 6688307, Tel Aviv
|Inquiries to public companies|
|Public inquiries to TASE|
Extensive information on TASE activities can be found on the TASE website.
For an explanation regarding the structure of the website menus, click here.
For a site map, click here.
Inquiries can be submitted:
- Through the "contact us" form, which is classified according to topic.
- Telephone: 076-8160411, on TASE business days.
- Fax: 076-8160309.
- Address: 2 Ahuzat Bayit St. Tel Aviv, 6525216.
Historical data is available for payment through the "contact us" request by selecting "Historical Data"
|For technical support regarding the TASE website, call 076-8160666, on TASE business days.|
|Inquiries by public companies to TASE|
We can be contacted through the "Contact Us" form
, which is arranged according to topic.
Extensive and useful information regarding TASE activity can be found on the TASE website.
For Frequently Asked Questions for TASE-listed companies, click here
For an explanation regarding the structure of the website menus, click here
For a site map, click here