The Euronext Paris, formerly the Paris Bourse, is one of six exchanges owned by. It trades and derivatives.
Its main index is the, which consists of purely French companies.
Trading hours are 0900 to 1730 CET, Monday to Friday.
Trading on Euronext Paris
There are two exchanges. MONEP trades equities, index andoptions. The MATIF futures exchange deals in futures and on interest-rate products plus .
There are three components to the equities market. The main list is called the Premier Marché and it consists of large French and foreign companies, plus mostissues.
The Second Marché lists mid-cap (medium-sized) companies.
The Nouveau Marché lists start-up companies that are seeking capital in What is a trade order? In trading, an order can be defined... More to expand. It is linked to the European What is equity? In accounting and finance, equity is the r... More growth What are value stocks? A value company is a company that app... More, Euro.nm. Most of the listed companies are fast-growing.
There is also an unregulated fourth market, the Marché Libre. It lists securities that are not traded on the three regulated markets, but its transactions are administered by The Euronext is a major European stock market that was for... More Paris.
MONEP’s derivatives market consists of short-term and long-term Dow Jones indices to trade these.options, futures and options. It uses a various
This exchange deals in interest-rate A future is a contract between two parties to purchase a ... More and options, chiefly for Bonds are debt instruments, which means they are a way of ... More such as the Euro notional bond, five-year Euro and three-month PIBOR (Paris In relation to forex trading, the interbank market is th... More Offered Rate). Futures trades are for the 30-year Eurobond and the two-year E-note. It also trades index futures on the The Cotation Assistée en Continu (CAC 40) is an index that ... More.
MATIF’s In trading, commodities are an asset class that describe... More market mainly consists of futures and options on European grains.
Besides the benchmark CAC 40 index, there are two smaller indices: the CAC Next 20, which lists the next largest 20 companies, and the CAC Mid 100, which lists the 100 most liquid mid-caps on the Premier Marché and Nouveau Marché.
Euronext Paris lists a total of 586 companies, of which 528 are domestic and 58 foreign. Its market capitalisation as at 31 December 2011 was slightly under €1.2 trillion. This figure is for all products.