Euronext Paris (EURONEXTPAR) is the sole stock exchange in France. It was founded in 1802, under the name Paris Bourse, by a decree issued by Napoleon. The exchange is headquartered in Paris, the country's capital and most populous city, which is also a prominent financial center in Europe. It merged in the year 2000 with the Amsterdam Stock Exchange and the Brussels Stock Exchange to form the pan-European exchange Euronext, which is currently the largest exchange in continental Europe. EURONEXTPAR is monitored by the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) and is subject to both E.U. and French regulations. Electronic trading is conducted through the Universal Trading Platform (UTP), which will be replaced by a new multi-market trading platform called Optiq. It lists 1,078 companies with a total market cap of €2,341 billion and also houses bonds and ETFs.

Among the listings are well-known and actively traded companies such as Total, L'Oréal, Sanofi, Airbus and BNP Paribas. The main stock index is the CAC 40, a free float market capitalization weighted index which tracks the performance of the 40 largest listed companies. It is widely seen as the most representative indicator of the French stock market. Related indices are the CAC MID 60, which track the performance of the second 60 largest companies and the CAC 40 GR, a gross total return index that tracks the capital gains of the CAC 40 companies over time. All constituents are screened for eligibility and reviewed quarterly. EURONEXTPAR operates several indices that reflect the performance of national sectors and industries. French stocks are also included in various European indices such as the Euronext 100 index, which tracks the performance of the largest and most liquid European stocks.


DLPNAug 03 · 2021
Dolphin Entertainment Dives into the NFT Ocean
Dolphin Entertainment dives into TradingView’s top Monday gainers, fueled by a recent partnership with FTX to create its own sports and entertainment NFT marketplace. Prices swim up 55% to close at $12.22.
PYPLAug 03 · 2021
Paypal slips on Q2 earnings, but crypto momentum is building
PayPal ends the week on a low note, down over 8% in two days following light second quarter revenue and a drop in profit from last year. The losses continue into Monday, sinking a further 1.65% to close at $270.99.
PINSAug 03 · 2021
Pinterest interest plummets on poor Q2 results
Pinterest ended last week among TradingView’s top losers, down 18% on Friday after reporting a decline in monthly users and sinking a further 3% yesterday to close at $57.12.
SQAug 03 · 2021
Square spends big to expand 'buy now pay later' service
Payment company Square is expanding its loan operations as the “buy now pay later” trend takes off, with a $29 billion acquisition of Australian Afterpay sending its stock soaring over 10% on Monday to close at $272.38.
AMZNAug 02 · 2021
Amazon's Q2 earnings dive
Despite posting its third $100 billion quarter in a row, Amazon sinks nearly 8% on Friday after missing expectations with its second quarter earnings.
FAug 02 · 2021
Ford revs up with Q2 profit
Ford stock lifted 3.82% on Thursday after surprising investors with a quarterly profit as car sales overshadow supply constraints, although it lost most of the gains again on Friday.