The Italian soccer team Juventus, where the Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo plays, arrived on Monday at the boards of the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV).
"As of today, you can buy shares of @juventusfces in the Global Market of #LaBolsadeMexico," the BMV said in a Twitter message.
The BMV informed that the team appears on the blackboards with the "JUVE" quotation key through which national and foreign investors can buy shares of this club through the International Quotation System.
According to the profile of the company that appeared this day on the website of the Mexican Stock Exchange, the team made effective its application for registration to the Mexican stock market on April 10.
In addition, the Italian club is in the telecommunications services sector and in the media subsector of the Mexican stock market.
In Italy, the football club has been listed on the stock market since December 2001.
The club, known as La Vecchia Signora (The Old Lady), was founded on November 1, 1897 and is owned by the Agnelli family, main shareholders of the Fiat Group, one of the largest industrial and automobile groups in Europe and the largest from Italy.
This Monday in the Milan Stock Exchange, Juventus Football Club recorded good results with a 2.19% increase compared to the previous day.
A month ago, the Italian team was the main protagonist of the session on March 13 when their shares won 17.42% after they eliminated Atletico Madrid in the last 16 of the "Champions".
The Italian team has a brilliant opportunity to qualify for the semi-finals of the Champions League on Tuesday when they host Dutch Ajax in Turin on the quarterfinal round.
In the first leg the result was 1-1 and a possible win could increase the price of their shares.