Irish Stock Exchange sold to Euronext
The Irish Stock Exchange is understood to have agreed a sale to Euronext, which operates the main Paris exchange.
The Irish exchange put itself up for sale earlier this year, and is thought to have commanded a price of around €100m.
The sale means a windfall for the Irish stockbroking firms that own the more than 200 year old Dublin institution - Davy, Fexco owned Goodbody Stockbrokers, Investec, Cantor Fitzgerald and Campbell O’Connor.
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