Borsa Italiana


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Italian Exchange (Borsa Italiana)

Italy's major securities exchange.

Borsa Italiana

The main stock exchange in Italy. Founded in 1808 and publicly owned until 1998, the London Stock Exchange acquired it in 2007. It is the primary market for derivatives traded in Italy, as well as for Italian government bonds and eurobonds. It also trades in other fixed income investments. All trading take place electronically.
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of the common shares of Ferrari on the Mercato Telematico Azionario organized and managed by Borsa Italiana S.
LSE is the owner of indices groups FTSE and Borsa Italiana.
The 214-year-old group, which owns a number financial market businesses such as Borsa Italiana and the LCH.
is also a Public Company and the shares are traded at the MTA Market, managed by Borsa Italiana Numbering approximately 100 employees, of whom around 10% are assigned to the Research and Development Department, B&C Speakers carries out all design, production, marketing and control activities at its Florence-based facility.
Fiat CEO, Sergio Marchionne, has previously indicated that he would like the merged Fiat-Chrysler to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange, rather than the Borsa Italiana where it currently has a listing.
the ETF segments of the SIX, Xetra, Euronext Paris, Borsa Italiana and
The MIB is commonly used as the benchmark stock market index for the Borsa Italiana and measures the performance of the 40 major Italian shares, such as Fiat, UniCredit, Campari and MadiaSet.
Thereafter, Buongiorno's shares will be delisted from Borsa Italiana S.
The technical troubles came in the same week that Borsa Italiana - the LSE's Milan platform - suffered a five-hour outage.
Raffaele Jerusalmi, CEO of LSE's Borsa Italiana, will be a director.
Dubai Over 20 family businesses in the Arab world will take part in the first IPO simulation event organised by Tharawat Family Business Forum in collaboration with Borsa Italiana and Academy, the training centre of the London Stock Exchange Group.
To help family businesses understand the methods and consequences of seeking public funding, Tharawat Family Business Forum, the first family businesses network in the Arab world, in collaboration with Borsa Italiana and Academy -- the training centre of the London Stock Exchange Group, are introducing an IPO Simulation workshop that aims at educating family businesses on how to sustain the business through the pre and post funding process.