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  SEC Speech: Certain Specialist Trading - New York Stock Exchange, Inc.: June 23, 2005 (Mark K. Schonfeld)
NEW YORK, NY In the Matter of the New York Stock Exchange, Inc.
The settlement with the Exchange is focused on protection of investors.
On this point, I emphasize that, although the Exchange is being charged today in one of our enforcement actions, the staff of the Exchange's Enforcement Division has been a valuable resource in developing the cases against the individual specialists.
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  Stock Exchange - MSN Encarta
Major stock exchanges in the United States include the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the American Stock Exchange (AMEX), both in New York City.
Where a stock is traded depends on both the requirements of the exchange and the decision of the corporation.
Stock exchanges limit the number of available seats, and the cost of a seat on an exchange is high.
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  New York Stock Exchange - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The NYSE is operated by NYSE Group, which was formed by merger with the fully electronic stock exchange Archipelago Holdings.
The NYSE was closed from September 11 until September 17, 2001 as a result of the September 11, 2001 attacks.
John Thain is the CEO of the NYSE and Catherine Kinney is the President of the NYSE.
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The NYSE is operated by the not-for-profit corporation New York Stock Exchange, Inc, with its main building located at 18 Broad Street, at the corner of Wall Street, on the south side of Wall Street, in New York City, New York, U.S.A. Contents
NYSE is home to some 2,800 companies valued at nearly $15 trillion in global market capitalization.
The NYSE was closed from September 11 until September 17, 2001 as a result of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
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 American Civil Liberties Union : NYCLU Urges New York Stock Exchange to Lift Ban on Al-Jazeera
NEW YORK-- In a letter sent today to Dick Grasso, Chairman and CEO of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the New York Civil Liberties Union urged the exchange to rescind its decision to revoke the press credentials of two reporters representing the Arab-language broadcast network Al-Jazeera.
As we understand matters, the decision to exclude the Al-Jazeera reporters from the Stock Exchange was reached days after the network broadcast pictures of United States soldiers taken as prisoners of war and placed on display by the Iraqi government in an apparent violation of international conventions and the Law of Armed Conflict.
First, to your credit, you have announced that the NYSE is ""committed to ensuring [that its] market is the most open and transparent in the world and that every investor has equal access to financial media."" That commitment, however, is clearly diminished by the exclusion of the Al-Jazeera reporters from the Exchange.
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 New York Stock Exchange
The NYSE is operated by the not-for-profit corporation New York Stock Exchange, Inc, with its main building located at 18 Broad Street, at the corner of Wall Street, in New York City, New York, U.S.A. NYSE is home to some 2,800 companies valued at nearly $15 trillion in global market capitalization.
The origin of the NYSE can be traced to May 17, 1792 when the Buttonwood Agreement was signed by twenty-four stock brokers outside of 68 Wall Street in New York under a buttonwood tree.
The NYSE was closed from September 11 to September 14, 2001 as a result of the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/New York Stock Exchange
The NYSE is now a for-profit business now that it and the fully electronic stock exchange Archipelago merged in late April 2005.
New York Stock Exchange, Inc, with its main building located at 18 Broad Street, at the corner of Wall Street, on the south side of Wall Street, in New York City, New York, U.S.A. Quick facts
The first central location of the NYSE was a room rented for $200 a month at 40 Wall Street in 1817.The NYSE was closed from September 11 until September 17, 2001 as a result of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
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 New York Stock Exchange - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about New York Stock Exchange   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The market was founded in 1792 under the Buttonwood Agreement, signed by 24 New York City stockbrokers and merchants, and the exchange was first operated in 1817.
In 1934 the exchange registered as a national securities exchange with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and it was incorporated in 1971 as a not-for-profit corporation.
The stock listed for the longest period is Consolidated Edison – first listed in 1824 as the New York Gas Light Company.
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The New York Stock Exchange NYSE is the world's largest stock market and is known around the world.
The New York Stock Exchange NYSE is home to around 2,800 companies valued in the trillions.
New York Stock Exchange NYSE About the NYSE, regulation, lisited companies, the trading floor, market information, members and institutions, press room, international and stock quotes.
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 USATODAY.com - New York Stock Exchange shares jump in debut
NEW YORK — Shares in the venerable New York Stock Exchange (NYX) jumped almost 25% Wednesday, closing at $80 a share in their first day of trading.
The NYSE is shedding its image as a private club and merging with Archipelago, an upstart all-electronic exchange that didn't exist 10 years ago.
Until now, most NYSE trades were executed via an auction system that requires human negotiation between market makers, or "specialists." On average, a trade via the auction system takes 12 seconds, vs. three-tenths of a second to trade electronically via the NYSE's new handheld trading devices.
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 New York Stock Exchange (NYSE): NYSE Listing Requirements and Historical Records
Over 80 percent of American securities are traded on the NYSE, the oldest and largest of all United States stock exchanges.
To be listed on the New York Stock Exchange, a company is expected to meet certain qualifications and to be willing to keep the investing public informed on the progress of its affairs.
The NYSE may at any time suspend or delist a security where continued dealings in the security are not considered advisable, even though a security meets or fails to meet any specified criteria.
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 Newsvine - NYSE Continues to Mop Up From Glitches
NEW YORK — The New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday continued its mop-up from the technical glitches that bottlenecked its trading system and triggered a temporary shutdown of electronic transactions during Tuesday's market plunge.
NYSE Chief Executive John Thain said the exchange reconfigured its systems Tuesday night, and that there are plans to boost its capacity.
Although the NYSE has pinpointed the messaging system as the problem in Tuesday's trading, it will need to demonstrate to the SEC, which regulates stock exchanges, that the problem has been resolved.
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 Today in History: January 4
The first railroad stock was traded in 1830, and throughout the nineteenth century, railroad stocks dominated the Exchange.
New members must purchase existing seats—now limited to a total of 1,366.
Known as "The Curb," the American Stock Exchange traces its roots to those traders officially organized as the New York Curb Agency in 1908.
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 New York Stock Exchange at AllExperts
The NYSE is operated by NYSE Group, which was formed by merger with the fully electronic stock exchange Archipelago Holdings.
The NYSE was closed from September 11 until September 17, 2001 as a result of the September 11, 2001 attacks.
John Thain is the CEO of the NYSE and Catherine Kinney is the President of the NYSE.
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 The Epoch Times | New York Stock Exchange Moves Towards Electronic Trading
The NYSE announced its historical merger with electronic platform Archipelago Exchange, which entails the world’s biggest stock exchange going public and becoming electronic.
NYSE Chief Executive John Thain said the primary aim of the deal is to create a truly global competitor that can compete with anyone in the world, taking particular aim at the rival NASDAQ exchange.
The NYSE is not the only stock exchange to release its merger plan.
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For a new system to work reasonably well, a substantive consensus is needed among a small but mixed community, few of whom report to a common source of authority.
The New York Stock Exchange trading floor is located at 11 Wall St., and is comprised of five rooms used for the facilitation of trading.
New York, December 29, 2004 – The Children’s Aid Society’s CEO Philip Coltoff rang the Opening Bell at the New York Stock Exchange this morning.
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 Invest FAQ: Exchanges: The New York Stock Exchange
To become a NYSE spec the normal route is to go to work for a specialist firm as a clerk and eventually to become a broker.
The New York Stock Exchange imposes fairly stringent restrictions on the companies that wish to list their shares on the exchange.
Some of the guides used by the NYSE for an original listing of a domestic company are national interest in the company and a minimum of 1.1 million shares publicly held among not fewer than 2,000 round-lot stockholders.
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 THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
The New York Stock Exchange trading floor is located at 11 Wall St., and is comprised of five rooms used for the facilitation of trading.
The origin of the NYSE can be traced to May 17, 1792 when the Buttonwood Agreement was signed by twenty-four stock brokers outside of 68 Wall Street in New York under a buttonwood tree.
The Exchange was closed shortly after the beginning of World War I (July 1914), but it was re-opened on November 28 of that year in order to help the war effort by trading bonds.
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 New (York) Stock Exchange - March 6, 2006 - The New York Sun
No doubt some small amount of the change of the exchange is attributable to pressure from New York's attorney general, Eliot Spitzer, though he will still have to prove in court his judgment that the compensation of the NYSE chief executive, Richard Grasso, was unreasonable.
But stock exchanges are merging and moving to electronic trading and going public and making money all over the world, even without Mr.
So the prospect that new setup at the stock exchange will inspire change in other far-flung quarters of the city's economy is not something that we would - not to put too fine a point on it - sell short.
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 New York Stock Exchange
Founded in 1818, the New York Stock Exchange was born when a group of stock brokers established a constitution and a set of regulations and membership rules to follow.
In 1865 the New York Stock Exchange was moved to its first permanent location at 10-12 Broad Street in New York City.
The New York Stock Exchange opens daily at nine o'clock in the morning and closes its doors at four thirty in the afternoon.
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New York City was the first capital of the United States and was the site of the inauguration of George Washington as President on April 30, 1789.
New York was the first state to (1) preserve an historic site (Washington's Headquarters at Newburgh); (2) establish a railroad (see Albany); (3) establish a state park (Niagara Reservation); and (4) declare land "forever wild" (the Adirondack and Catskill forest preserves) in the State Constitution.
North Elba, New York, is the home and grave of abolitionist John Brown whose actions at Harper's Ferry are generally thought to have been the final trigger for the Civil War.
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 New York Architecture Images-NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
The New York Stock Exchange is the literal and figurative center of Wall Street.
Although the stock market had a few setbacks in 1929, most people felt that the overall growth would continue for years.
By the end of the day, the New York Stock Exchange had lost four billion dollars, and it took exchange clerks until five o'clock AM the next day to clear all the transactions.
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 New York Daily Photo: New York Stock Exchange
The first thing to know about the New York Stock Exchange building is that it is not located on Wall Street (click here for photo), but around the corner at 18 Broad.
George B. Post's neo-Classical design won and in 1903 the new Exchange building with its six massive Corinthian columns opened to fanfare and festivity, recognized from the first as an example of masterful architecture (note - the flag was draped in front of the building after 9/11).
Among some of its marvels (from the New York Stock Exchange website): The trading floor was one of the grandest spaces in the nation.
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 Howstuffworks "The New York Stock Exchange"
Stocks in publicly traded companies are bought and sold at a stock market (also known as a stock exchange).
The NYSE can be thought of as a big room where everyone who wants to buy and sell shares of stocks can go to do their buying and selling.
After the stock market crash of 1929, The Securities and Exchange Commission was formed with the purpose of regulating the securities and stock exchange industries.
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