Euronext Amsterdam has completed migration of its cash markets over to Nouveau Systeme Cotation (NSC), the single-platform, electronic trading system used on the Paris stock exchange.
Following this change over, the cash markets in Amsterdam, Brussels and Paris are united on the same trading platform using the same Euronext market model and a common rule book.
Euronext was created in September 2000 by the merger of the exchanges in Paris, Amsterdam and Brussels. The pan-European exchange yesterday confirmed its winning bid to take over the London International Financial Futures Exchange following a three-way tussle with Deutsche Boerse and the London Stock Exchange. Euronext plans to migrate its derivatives trading business to the Liffe Connect automated trading platform once the merger is consummated.