Free Market

And counting...

As at December 2013, the Free Markets counted 242 listed companies with a market capitalization of 6,264 million Euro.

Because NYSE Euronext’s Free Markets of Brussels and Paris are not regulated markets under the EU Directive, the admission criteria are much simpler, and the listing costs are much lower. The Free Markets serve as a channel for disseminating buy and sell orders, with trades executed by NYSE Euronext member firms. The securities traded on these markets have not gone through any admission procedures, and issuers are not subject to any disclosure requirements. The Free Markets serve companies that are too young or too small to be listed on one of the regulated compartments.

Market model

All trading takes place through a centralized order book that complies with the same rules and procedures as those in place on Euronext’s regulated markets.  More

Locations

Euronext operates two Free Markets, the Free Market Brussels and the Marché Libre Paris.  More

Datum Company Name ISIN code Locatie Market
15-jan-2014 Les Toques Blanches du Monde FR0011668821 Parijs Vrije Markt, Marché Libre
24-dec-2013 Neolife FR0011636083 Parijs Vrije Markt, Marché Libre
14-nov-2013 Eon Motors Group FR0011612837 Parijs Vrije Markt, Marché Libre

Free Markets Rules

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Notices - Brussels

Free Markets Brussels notices.  More

Notices - Paris

Marché Libre Paris notices.  More

Market Status

Updated operational status details on the Universal Trading Platform.  MORE

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Trading

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