Brussels Stock Exchange


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Brussels Stock Exchange (BSE)

Stock exchange that handles the majority of securities transactions in Belgium.

Brussels Stock Exchange

A former stock exchange in Belgium. Established by Napoleon in 1801, it merged with several other European exchanges in 2000 to form Euronext. Trading continued on the exchange under its new name, Euronext Brussels.
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Tessenderlo Chemie NV is listed on the Brussels stock exchange and part of BEL 20.
KBC Securities is Belgium's leading stockbroker, handling over 25% of trades on the Brussels Stock Exchange and 20% of EASDAQ trades.
In addition to the listing on the TSE, Volvo shares are listed at the OM Stockholm Exchange, the London Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and the Brussels Stock Exchange.
International Depository Receipts for its shares are traded on the Brussels Stock Exchange.
Trading access to the Brussels Stock Exchange, which is the third and smallest exchange of the Euronext merger, can be offered through NeoNet when Brussels has been integrated with Euronext's clearing platform.
The Delhaize Group shares, including the new shares to be issued in the share exchange, will continue to trade on the Brussels Stock Exchange (Euronext Brussels).
The Paris, Amsterdam and Brussels stock exchanges announced Monday they will merge to create the largest exchange in continental Europe.
BOMBARDIER ANNOUNCES DE-LISTING FROM FRANKFURT AND BRUSSELS STOCK EXCHANGES
Established in September 2000, Euronext is the first Pan-European stock market and is the result of the merger of the Paris, Amsterdam and Brussels Stock Exchanges, integrating their cash and derivative markets.
BPEF is one of the top three equity brokers on Euronext, the largest stock market in the Eurozone, created from the merger of the Paris, Amsterdam and Brussels stock exchanges.