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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Pombal also founded in Portugal the first three limited liability corporations, funded by shares, which led him to construct a proper place within the Ministry of Finance, on the eastern side of the rebuilt central square, to headquarter the Lisbon Stock Exchange.
The Lisbon Stock Exchange and Dividends in 1990-1998
State holding company Parpublica dispatched a communication to the Lisbon Stock Exchange regulator, announcing that Three Gorges had outbid rivals with an offer of EUR2.