Le Borse Merci in Italia: un mercato a dimensione d’uomo
AbstractThe Italian stock Exchange: a market on a human scale. This paper aims to draw a survey about the structure and models of the Stock Exchanges in Italy, underlining all the particular features of these institutes: the first result is that the Italian characteristics do not allow a comparison with the big foreigner Exchanges in terms of activities. Starting from the historical evolution of the Italian Stock Exchange, then we define the actual situation through two significant case studies: the Stock Exchange of Milan and the Borsa Merci Telematica Italiana S. c. p. a. . Finally we analyse the situation on the most important foreigners markets for the cereals: the Chicago Board of Trade, the Kansas City Board of Trade and the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange
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Stock Exchange; Floor; Contract future; Contract spot;
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