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Invest in the Euronext stock exchange
Find out what the Euronext stock exchange is and how you can buy Euronext ETFs and shares
What is Euronext?
The Euronext stock exchange is one of the largest stock exchanges in Europe, mainly because it’s the result of a merging of several different stock exchanges. It’s a combination of four markets in Europe across Amsterdam, Brussels, London, Lisbon and Paris. It works like most other stock exchanges and has several indices. It’s also the home to Euronext Growth and Euronext Access which are aimed at small and medium sized companies.
Euronext is registered in Amsterdam and headquartered in Paris. Find out more about Euronext and how you can buy shares on the Euronext stock exchange.
What stock exchanges make up Euronext?
Euronext began as a merge of the Amsterdam stock exchange, the Paris stock exchange and the Brussels stock exchange. It also merged with the Lisbon stock exchange, the Irish stock exchange and the Oslo stock exchange.
Can you invest in the Euronext from the UK?
Yes you can – you need a share trading account that lets you buy shares in European stocks. Some share trading platforms might list the above exchanges separately or list Euronext as one so it’s worth having a look for both. We’ve listed some of the trading platforms that let you buy shares on the Euronext below.
Companies in the Euronext
These are some of the biggest stocks on the Euronext stock exchange.
- Altri SGPS
- Banco Comercial Português
- Corticeira Amorim
- CTT Correios de Portugal
- Tullow Oil
- Kerry Group
- Aalberts NV
- ABN AMRO BANK N.V.
- Ahold Delhaize
- Anheuser-Busch InBev
- KBC Group NV
- Groupe Bruxelles Lambert
- Total S.A
- ABG Sundal Collier
- AF Group
- Aker BP
Ways to invest in Euronext
- Buy shares in companies that interest you. You can simply choose the stocks that you’re interested in and, if your platform allows, invest in those directly.
- Invest in Euronext ETFs. You can choose one that tracks a stock index for one of the Euronext exchanges.
How to start investing in the Euronext stock exchange
- Choose a share trading platform.To start investing in Euronext, you need to start with a share trading platform. Choose one that lets you invest in European stocks. We’ve highlighted some of our partners below.
- Pay funds into your account. How you do this will depend on your chosen platform. You may need to confirm some details about where you live and your tax status.
- Do some research into what you want to invest in. You can find information on our website or in the app of your chosen provider. Look at things like the financials of the company and dividends.
- Search for your chosen stock. You might need its ticker. If you search the name of the stock in the search bar at the top of our site you can find its ticker on the relevant page.
- Buy your shares. It’s that simple!
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