Trading has begun for the first time at the Yangon Stock Exchange in Myanmar. Shares from just one company a conglomerate called FMI are available though only to Burmese investors. Jenna Fischer has this report. "The first share traded for 31,000 kyat. That's about 25 US dollars. Just one stock, but for that you get a tiny stake in a sprawling conglomerate that includes an airline, property, a bank, even hot air balloons. Whether the Yangon stock exchange becomes a sleepy vanity project or a vibrant source of capital remains to be seen. _______________. Most of the largest businesses here are run by well-connected individuals, many of whom are still subject to sanctions." Jenna Fischer. World news from the BBC. 缅甸的仰光股票交易所开始进行股票交易.只有一个大型集团FMI集团的股票能够被交易.杰娜.费舍尔为您报道"行股票的面值为31000缅甸元,大约等于25美元.虽然只有一支股票进行交易,但是股民得到的是包括热门空中航线,房地产,银行,甚至是热气球的一个大集团的一小部分股票.仰光股票交易所是成为虚无的交易量的面子工程还是成为有活力的股票交易市场还有待观察. ____________________,许多大的投资还是依靠公司个人投资者的行为,但是目前大部分人都面临制裁"杰娜.费舍为您播报的英国广播公司新闻.