Apple stocks will begin trading on Easdaq, the pan-European stock market, from Monday, 7 February.

Easdaq announced yesterday that five Nasdaq companies, including Apple, have been added to Easdaq as part of its dual trading facility. The other companies are Qualcomm, Xeikon, Etrade, and Network Associates.

These five companies will join ten other Nasdaq companies trading on Easdaq, including Microsoft, Intel, Oracle, Cisco Systems, Dell, Sun Microsystems and Yahoo!. These stocks trade alongside traditional Easdaq IPOs (initial public offerings) and secondary offerings, within a fully regulated market environment.

Easdaq’s new dual trading facility provides investors with one-stop access to a range of growth and technology stocks from US, European and Israeli markets. The latest additions join 56 listed companies - with a market capitalization of 47 billion Euros - and ten traded companies.