Art E to trade in Italy's stock market

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ROME--Art E, Italy's largest contemporary art dealer, has applied to sell shares on Italy's Nuovo Mercato, the part of the Italian Stock Market designed for fast-growing companies.

The company, whose name means "Art Is" in Italian, made headlines earlier this year when it started to publish its catalogue on the Web.

Art E plans to sell 40% of its shares this summer to help fund expansion -- both online and otherwise -- in Italy and elsewhere in Europe. The company also announced plans to set up operations in Spain, where company Chairwoman Marilena Ferrari says the art market is similar to Italy.

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