The Casablanca Stock Exchange (CSE), known as the Bourse de Casablanca in French is the primary equities market operating in Morocco. It was established in 1929 and underwent a series of reforms for expansion, modernization and integration with international standards and global markets, and now is playing a significant role in the country's economic development and financial sector. The exchange is regulated by the Moroccan Capital Market Authority (AMMC), which oversees and regulates all aspects of the securities industry in Morocco. The AMMC's role is to ensure fair trading practices, protect the interests of investors, and promote the stability and development of the capital markets in the country.

The exchange lists 81 companies with an approximate market capitalization of USD 70 billion. Some of the largest traded companies are Attijariwafa Bank, Maroc Telecom, Addoha Group, BMCE Bank and Banque Centrale Populaire (BCP). Casablanca Stock Exchange has demonstrated a commitment to sustainability by participating in sustainability initiatives and encouraging listed companies to integrate ESG considerations into their business strategies and operations. TradingView displays the delayed data for users and offers subscribers an on-demand real-time data display.