Heffes, Ellen M.
October 2001
Financial Executive;Oct2001, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p26
Academic Journal
This article examines how the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is changing to meet 21st century challenges. Catherin R. Kinney, executive vice president of NYSE, says the business model has basically remained the same but how the model is executed has changed greatly. Globalization is pushing interest in globalized equities markets, where trading can be done 24 hour a day. This would require technological innovations, an area where the NYSE is already making changes. Network NYSE is an integrated platform for market information and services.


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