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About Axa and Axa Trading
Equitable Holdings, Inc. is American financial services and insurance company. It operates through four separate divisions: Individual Retirement, Group Retirement, Investment Management and Research, and Protection Solutions.
In 2004, the company officially changed its name to AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company. Sixteen years later, it changed its name to Equitable Holdings, Inc. after its spinoff from AXA.
Is Axa listed on exchanges?
Yes, Equitable Holding Inc. is listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Starting from 2018, AXA announced an IPO that would see the group separate into four distinct companies: AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company, AXA Distribution Holding Corp., EQ AZ Life Re Company, and MONY Life Insurance Company of America. In May 2018, AXA announced the IPO of AXA Equitable Holdings, raising $2.75 billion on the sale of 24.5% of the outstanding shares. A year later, the company announced a secondary common stock offering of 40 million shares of AXA Equitable Holdings, Inc. On November 7, 2019, AXA made public the sale of its remaining stake in AXA Equitable Holdings, selling 144 million shares of common stock to Goldman Sachs, the only underwriter.
How can you trade Axa?
You can buy Axa shares live on exchanges such as the New York Stock Exchange or you can trade them through derivatives solutions, such as CFDs. Buying shares on exchanges is perceived as a long-term investment since you stand to gain only if prices go up, unlike trading through CFDs.
At CAPEX.com, you can follow the live chart to trade on the price movements of this popular stock through CFDs. If you think that its share prices will increase, you can open a long position (BUY). If you think prices will go down, you can open a short position (SELL).
Here at CAPEX.com, you can trade CFDs on Axa stock from Monday to Friday, between 14:31 - 20:59.