Paris Bourse


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Paris Bourse

National stock market of France.

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A major stock exchange in France. Established in the early 19th century as the Paris Bourse, it was run for many years by an elected council of brokers. It became fully automated in 1989 and took its current name in 2000.
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Total's shares on the Paris bourse opened up 0.6% in early trade.
The Paris bourse led losses with a 1.4 per cent fall, as France's PMI fell in December for the first time in two years.
PARIS, Dec 20 (KUNA) -- Shares in European aircraft-maker Airbus plunged over five percent on the Paris Bourse during Thursday amid suspicion of corruption problems and the opening of an investigation into company practices in the United States by the US Department of Justice.
The Paris Bourse of the 1960s has been transformed by globalization, new technologies, and financial innovation, and is now part of a multinational financial services network.
The Franco-Dutch carrier group has told the Paris bourse that contrary to what Calenda said, it had not taken part in the sale process for the struggling Alitalia nor had it had access to any confidential information.
Alioto joined the Franco-American trading group TransOptions while he was a member of the Chicago Board of Options Exchange and was the first American to trade options on the Paris Bourse. Turning his transactional skills towards the world of international trade and logistics, he spent many successful years with Fritz Companies (acquired by UPS in 2001).
Seche is listed on the Paris Bourse. The company's website touts its services in treating hazardous and nonhazardous waste, and polluted soils and sites.
On the Paris bourse, Air France, Aeroports de Paris, Eurotunnel and hotel group Accor were all down about 5 percent or more over concern that tourism will see a downturn.
In contrast to the NYSE, the Paris Bourse was primarily a forward rather than a spot market.
Shares of EADS (Paris: EAD) were selling for E28.50, up 1.53 percent, from Friday's closing price on the Paris Bourse.
Summary: The Paris Bourse stock exchange has lost 2.3 million participants since the end of 2008 as the financial crisis turns people off investing, a study by firm TNS-Sofres-SoFia said on Tuesday.
Markets can sleep easy with the new occupant of the Elysee Palace, and on the Monday after his victory, the Paris bourse did indeed rise.