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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Ascopiave has been listed under the Star segment of Borsa Italiana since 12th December 2006.
In the first MoU, Leonardo, CDP and ELITE a Borsa Italiana company agreed on a collaboration to study, research and evaluate possible solutions for Leonardos key suppliers, members of the ELITE Leonardo Lounge.
The parent company would be listed on the Borsa Italiana (Milan), Euronext (Paris) and the New York Stock Exchange.
The parent company would be listed on the Borsa Italiana, Euronext and the New York Stock Exchange.
will hold a total stake of 82.567 percent (165,133,539 ordinary shares) in Ansaldo STS S.p.A., an Italian company whose shares are listed in the STAR segment of the Italian Electronic Stock Market (Mercato Telematico Azionario) managed by Borsa Italiana S.p.A..
A view of Italy's Stock Exchange, the Borsa Italiana, in the Piazza Affari in Milan.
Established in the early 1990s and listed on the STAR Segment of Borsa Italiana, Nice S.p.A.
Bio-on, listed on the AIM segment of Borsa Italiana and operating in the high quality bioplastics sector, has developed an innovative technology to coat Urea for fertiliser and has set up a NEWCO called U-COAT (Urea Coating).
It is a brand of CNH Industrial, a global leader in capital goods listed on the New York Stock Exchange and on the Mercato Telematico Azionario of the Borsa Italiana.-TradeArabia News Service
Owners of Borsa Italiana and the London Stock Exchange (LSE), London Stock Exchange Group has reported that around EUR160m per year would come by the third year after the deal is completed.
Intercontinental Exchange con-firmed it was mulling a possible counter-offer earlier this month for the LSE, which owns index compiler FTSE and Borsa Italiana. Chicago's CME Group has also reportedly considered entering the fray.
LSE Group, which was created in 2007 when London Stock Exchange merged with Milan stock exchange Borsa Italiana, said its shareholders would receive a dividend of 25.2 pence per LSEG share for the six month period ended Dec.