Euronext

As the leading Pan-European marketplace, Euronext’s ambition is to serve the real economy by bringing together buyers and sellers in venues that are transparent, efficient and reliable. Our roots are deep: for four centuries, the exchanges that now comprise Euronext have been at the heart of European capital markets. Today Europe enters a new cycle in which regulated markets will play an increasingly significant role. Amid rising demand for new and diverse sources of capital and solutions for the transfer of risk, and growing pressure for more transparency and supervision, Euronext’s unique portfolio of market services means it is ideally positioned to play a role in the future development of European markets.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
New York, US
Size (employees)
574 (est)-9%
Euronext is headquartered in New York, US

Euronext Office Locations

Euronext has offices in New York, Brussel, Amsterdam, Lisbon and in 2 other locations
New York, US (HQ)
11 Wall St
Brussel, BE
1 Markiesstraat
Courbevoie, FR
14 Place des Reflets
Amsterdam, NL
5 Beursplein
London, GB
Juxon House 100 St. Paul's Churchyard
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Euronext Financials and Metrics

Euronext Financials

EUR

Market capitalization (31-Oct-2017)

3.5 b

Closing share price (31-Oct-2017)

50.6
Euronext's current market capitalization is €3.5 b.
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Euronext Market Value History

Euronext's Web-traffic and Trends

Euronext Online and Social Media Presence

Euronext News and Updates

Total announces its 2017 third interim dividend

The Board of Directors of Total met on October 26, 2017, and approved a 2017 third interim dividend of 0.62 euro per share. This interim dividend, unchanged compared to the proposed 2017 first and second interim dividends, is payable in euro according to the following timetable: Ex-dividend date Mar…

Results of the option to receive the 2017 first interim dividend in shares

The Board of Directors of Total met on September 20, 2017, and declared a 2017 first interim dividend of €0.62 per share and offered, under the conditions set by the fourth resolution at the Combined Shareholders’ Meeting of May 26, 2017, the option for shareholders to receive the 2017 first interim…

European startups offered increasingly attractive options to finance their growth

Strong economic momentum for European Tech SMEs is accelerating access to new funding opportunities, all on the way to going public. The post European startups offered increasingly attractive options to finance their growth appeared first on Tech.eu.

Credit Suisse sells FastMatch to Euronext

Credit Suisse Asset Management’s NEXT Investors has sold FastMatch, an electronic communication network in the spot foreign exchange market. The buyer was Euronext. No financial terms were disclosed.

Tikehau Capital buys Credit.fr

Tikehau Captal has acquired Credit.fr, a French crowdlending platform for small businesses. The price of the transaction was 12 million euros.

Portobello Capital buys Spanish car rental service company Centauro

Portobello Capital has acquired Spain-based Centauro, a provider of car rental services. No financial terms were disclosed; however, Tikehau provided debt funding to support this deal.
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