About EDF and EDF Trading
EDF (EDF), or Électricité de France, is a French energy company established in 1946 and headquartered in Paris France. The company produces and distributes electricity in France and globally, across Europe, the Americas, Asia and Africa.
EDF provides nuclear, thermal and renewable energies to about 38 million clients and employs approximately 156,000 staff members globally. EDF is listed on the Euronext Paris and included in the CAC Next 20 index.
How can you trade EDF stock?
You can buy EDF shares live on Euronext Paris Exchange where they are listed, or you can trade them through derivatives solutions, such as CFDs. Buying shares on exchanges is a long-term investment since you stand to gain only if prices go up.
At CAPEX.com, you can follow the EDF chart to trade on the price movements of this popular stock through CFDs. If you think that the stock value will go up, you can open a long position (BUY). If you think prices will decrease, you can open a short position (SELL).
At CAPEX.com you can trade EDF stock from Monday to Friday between 07:05-15:30. If you cannot trade at those hours, you can always pick another instrument, as we have more than 2000 options available.