About the Milan Stock Exchange
Italy’s only stock exchange is known as the Borsa Italiana. Located in the city of Milan, it trades in Euros and brokers can trade in person or via the real-time electronic trading system.
The exchange trades the stock of high-profile Italian companies such as Ferrari and Campari, and traders can also exchange derivatives, bonds and other financial instruments. The Borsa Italiana’s history stretches all the way back to the 19th century, and it was formerly privatised in 1998. Since June 2007, Borsa Italiana has been a part of the London Stock Exchange Group plc.
On this page you’ll find a list of the companies traded on the Borsa Italiana, relevant indices that track the exchange, information about its history, and the performance of today’s tradable stocks.