The Bourse Paris is the moniker name originally given to the Paris Stock Exchange. Ever since the year 2000, it has been known as Euronext Paris. This securities market merged with Brussels, Amsterdam, and Lisbon during the ninth month of 2000 to form the new exchange. It is in second place as the biggest exchange in Europe. The Bourse Paris is an historical neighborhood. Located on the Right Bank of the River Seine, this is a business district with a dense concentration of commerce activities.
The Bourse Paris is the neighborhood where there are usable remnants of glazed commercial arcades that were built during the 19th century. These were used as sidewalks. Street lighting fueled by gas was also added to the streets in this area around this time. Other points of interest in Bourse Paris include the Theatre-Musee des Capucines, the Opera-Comique, Tour Jean sans Peur, Café de la Paix, and the Theatre des Varietes.