The Paris Stock Exchange, historically known as the Paris Bourse or the Bourse de Paris, is the largest exchange in France.
European Stock Exchanges
Belgium has a very old stock market history and is the birthplace of the “Bourse” concept: in the thirteenth century, merchants used to gather in the house of “Van den Bürse”, a family in the city of Bruges, in the northwest of the country, to
Prague Stock Exchange (PSE) is the largest and oldest organiser of the securities market in the Czech Republic and was established in 1871. Initially both securities and commodities were traded.
The ZSE was established in 1991 as the successor of "Zagreb Stock Exchange for the goods and values" which was co-founded by Samuel David Alexander in 1907. The exchange market operated steadily until it was closed in 1911.
The Sarajevo Stock Exchange (SASE) was founded in September 2001 as a joint-stock company by eight brokerage houses from the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Banja Luka Stock Exchange or BLSE operates in the city of Banja Luka in the Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. BLSE was founded in 2001.
The Cyprus Stock Exchange was established as a legal entity in the form of a public corporate body under the Cyprus Securities and Stock Exchange Laws and Regulations which provide for the development of the securities market in Cyprus and wer
The Athens Stock Exchange (ASE) was founded in 1876 as a self regulated public organization. In 1918 ASE was transformed into a public entity.
Bulgarian Stock Exchange-Sofia was officially licensed by the State Securities and Exchange Commission to operate as a stock exchange on October 9, 1997 and is currently the only functioning stock exchange in Bulgaria.
Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) was founded in 1882 but its history traces back to 1839, when commodities-trade exchanges were established in Bucharest. Throughout its existence, the activities of the Bucharest Stock Exchange were affected by t