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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We select all stocks traded in the Euronext Lisbon Stock Exchange with available data for at least 24 months.
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. He also decreed rules for that market to function properly on a daily schedule.
After financial deregulation in 1984, the Lisbon Stock Exchange grew exponentially with the volume of trades increasing to 42,983 billion euros (1) in 1998 (around 48 billion dollars, at the average exchange rate of that year) even while remaining a small and emerging stock market by international standards.
As a result of the deal, Fisipe's stock ceased trading on the Lisbon stock exchange. The company is now part of SGL's carbon fibre and composite materials division.
The Lisbon Stock Exchange Commission (CMVM) immediately suspended trading in the shares of BCP, Mundial Confianca, Banco Pinto & Sotto Mayor, Banco Totta e Acores (BTA) and Credito Predial Portugues (CPP).In the evening of July 20, the Portuguese Finance Ministry immediately put out a statement in Lisbon to say "the Government reaffirms its conviction of having acted in total conformity with national and EU law" by sticking to its decision to block the merger deal.
The Portuguese club promised to pay the transfer fee when they were registered on the Lisbon Stock Exchange.
State holding company Parpublica dispatched a communication to the Lisbon Stock Exchange regulator, announcing that Three Gorges had outbid rivals with an offer of EUR2.69bn (USD3.51bn) for the 21.35% stake in Portugala[euro](tm)s leading power company.
Euronext itself was the product of a merger of the Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, and Lisbon stock exchanges. NYSE Euronext continued its acquisition streak when it bought the American Stock Exchange in 2008.
Analysts cited by the news agency have estimated Euronext at between EUR1bn and EUR2bn, with one potential bidder already having shown interest in the operator of the Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels and Lisbon stock exchanges.
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