Battle Intensifies Among US Exchanges

Terzo, Gerelyn
July 2006
Investment Dealers' Digest;7/10/2006, Vol. 72 Issue 27, p4
Trade Publication
The article discusses on the move of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) department to create alterations in the stock exchange trading processes. The proposal changed the pricing in each exchange and is believed to make trading competition more responsive. It can also enhance aggressive marketing effort and avoid cancellation of fees. In addition, the NYSE modifications are also in preparation for the planned alteration of the stocks pricing scheme next year.


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