Online the new Borsa Italiana website

Online the new Borsa Italiana website


The new Borsa Italiana website is now live, with improved navigation, content and graphics.

Navigation is now determined by market, with each section directly accessible from the homepage. This system offers easy and direct access to the full range of securities listed on Borsa Italiana.

The new website has established a retail investor focus with new content devoted to this audience, including news provided by Ansa, DowJones, Reuters and Message.

A brand new section on international markets has been developed displaying data about indices and constituents of FTSE 100, Nasdaq 100, DAX 30, CAC 40, AEX, BEL 20, PSI20.

The section of the website  with feeds for commodities (gold, silver, platinum, and palladium) has also been improved and updated with crude oil feeds coming soon.

The Ethical Finance section has become a “window” for Corporate Social Responsibility, offering listed companies the opportunity to add contents about their own initiatives in the sector.

Two new personalized services for users are also now available:

  • The new, free email “Alerting” service, can deliver price information, news, press releases or company news (i.e. internal dealing, researches, corporate actions) into your inbox.
  • The Borsa Virtuale service, with a new look and feel, has been added to the community area and new features will be introduced in the next weeks. These include, take profit and stop loss, short selling, tax refund and the possibility to insert orders even when markets are closed. Borsa Virtuale is one of the most advanced tools for simulating the trading available on the web.  represents one of the most visited and used websites in the internet financial community, as 2009 statistics* show:

-         Page Views: 315.667.856 +45,96% vs 2008;

-         Unique Visitors: 13.066.958 + 43,73% vs 2008;

-         Average Daily Unique Visitors: 74,628 + 38,21% vs 2008;

-         137.544 Registered Users;

-         90.317 active Portfolios.

*(Data from Nedstat)