Lisbon Stock Exchange


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Lisbon Stock Exchange (LSE)

Stock exchange trading stocks, bonds, and unit trusts. The BVL general index is the exchange's official index.

Lisbon Stock Exchange

Also known as Euronext Lisbon; the largest stock exchange in Portugal. More than 70 companies are traded on its floor. It trades in bonds, stocks, exchange traded funds, and a wide variety of derivatives. Formed as the result of a merger in 2002, the Lisbon Stock Exchange has a market capitalization of nearly 300 billion euros. It is owned by NYSE Euronext.
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This is the reason to consider the first day for operations on January 1, 1769, as the inaugural date for the Lisbon Stock Exchange (Justino 1994).
In early October 2001, ESFG's ordinary shares started trading in the Lisbon stock exchange ("BVLP").
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Analysts have highlighted the fact that shareholders who gave the thumbs-down to the DBAG bid own as much as a third of Euronext, which runs the Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and Lisbon stock exchanges.
Euronext, which runs the Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and Lisbon stock exchanges, has not made a formal offer, but has been in talks with the LSE about a potential bid.
Shares in the LSE fell 8% last week as analysts revealed that shareholders who gave the thumbs-down to a recent Deutsche Boerse bid own as much as a third of Euronext, which runs the Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and Lisbon stock exchanges
Euronext, which owns the LIFFE derivatives exchange in London and combines the Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels and Lisbon stock exchanges, confirmed it had made an approach and said it could not guarantee an offer would be made.
Euronext ( a combination of the Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and Lisbon stock exchanges as well as the Liffe futures market in London ( has remained tight-lipped on what it is willing to pay for the LSE but has outlined potential benefits.
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