Milan Stock Exchange


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Milan Stock Exchange

The largest regional stock exchange in Italy, facilitating more than 90% of the country's trading volume.

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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The Company's shares are trades on the New York Stock Exchange, on Euronext Paris and on the Milan Stock Exchange.