The buyout of Atlantia will cut another 19 billion euros ($19.5 billion) from the value of the Milan bourse and bring to 12 the number of companies to leave the stock exchange this year, fuelling fears about its standing. Legislators and regulators want to reverse the trend and reinforce the role of the 200-year-old Borsa Italiana at the heart of Italian business. Barbara Lunghi, head of equity listings Italy at market owner Euronext, argues the scrutiny of being a listed business and having external investors pushes businesses to innovate and develop.
Contacts MediaContact Investor RelationsAmsterdam+31 20 721 4133Brussels+32 2 620 15 50+33 1 70 48 24 27Dublin+33 1 70 48 24 45Lisbon+351 210 600 614 Milan+39 02 72 42 62 12Oslo+47 41 69 59 10 Paris+33 1 70 48 24 45 Euronext announces volumes for October 2022 Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin, Lisbon, Milan, Oslo and Paris – 8 November 2022 – Euronext, the leading pan-European market infrastructure, today announced trading volumes for October 2022. Monthly and historical volume tables are available at
Pan-European stock exchange Euronext said on Thursday that customers will be able to clear all share trades at its Italian arm from the end of 2023, a move that ends reliance on a London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) unit in Paris. Euronext, which operates exchanges in Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin, Lisbon, Milan and Oslo, has long relied on LCH SA in the French capital for clearing its stock and derivatives trades, but its acquisition of the Milan Exchange last year from LSEG included an in-house clearer. "This is the first milestone in the transformation of Euronext Clearing to create the Euronext clearing house of choice for its cash equity markets," Euronext said in a third quarter trading statement.