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Euronext Paris - Historical Quotes

by Patrick Fonce, 1588 days ago
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Formerly known as the Paris Stock Exchange (Bourse de Paris), the French exchange was renamed Euronext Paris after the 2000 merger with Amsterdam stock exchange, Brussels Stock Exchange and Lisbon Stock Exchange.
The 'Bourse de Paris' list of symbols can be downloaded from French Euronext Symbols - Liste des entreprises francaise coté ŕ l'Euronext. It contains 765 stock symbol names, as well as the title, the industry and the ISIN code of each company.

This ISIN code is used by this download item to retrieve historical end-of-day quotes data for all these companies. The ISIN code is stored in 'Name2' field.
The historical data is downloaded from the Euronext website (www.euronext.com).
When you open the downloader, you will be prompted to select a start and end date. Quotes between these dates and for each stock will then be downloaded.
The 'Last Download Date' option let you download only missing quotes. The start or from date will then be selected depending on the date of last quote of each stock.

Because the data is downloaded directly from the exchange website and because it uses the ISIN number instead of the stock symbol (symbol names changes while ISIN numbers do not), all the companies included in French Euronext Symbols - Liste des entreprises francaise coté ŕ l'Euronext are filled with the appropriate historical quotes.

As I said earlier, this item couldn't work without the French Euronext Symbols - Liste des entreprises francaise coté ŕ l'Euronext item. If you want to make it work with your own list of symbols, you have to make sure that the each company ISIN code is available in the 'Name2' field.
The ISIN or the International Securities Identification Number is a code that uniquely indentify a security. This code is used by almost all counties. United States and Canada use a similar scheme called the CUSIP number.
The Paris Stock Exchange, 'Bourse de Paris', used to use SICOVAM codes, but since 30 June 2003 and in order to facilitate International transactions, Euronext decided to move to the ISIN scheme.


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