The stock exchange is a common place to trade in Europe.
Many markets, including the euro and the US dollar, use them to trade and buy and sell.
But the European Stock Exchange has struggled in the past decade.
Now, a new program aims to change that.
The stock exchange’s first exchange in Europe opened in August 2018 and has been operating there since.
The new exchange will focus on small- and medium-sized businesses.
The program will focus mainly on the markets of Europe’s biggest countries, and will help the company that runs the exchange find new markets to expand its operations.
The Exchange of European Small and Medium Enterprises is based in the Belgian city of Antwerp.
“I think it’s important that the stock exchange continues to be open and continue to work in Europe,” said Peter van Aken, a member of the Belgian Stock Exchange.
“And it also helps that it’s located in Belgium, because it’s one of the most important trading centers in Europe.”
The Exchange of Euro Stocks and Bonds has been active since 2002, and has expanded to other markets.
The Belgian Stock exchange says it will continue to operate until 2033.