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IntercontinentalExchange to buy the NYSE

Dec 20, 2012
There’s news that the New York Stock Exchange might be acquired for $8 billion by the Atlanta-based upstart IntercontinentalExchange.
Posted In: NYSE, Derivatives, mergers
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Benefits from Sandy shutting down the market

Oct 31, 2012
Trading in U.S. stocks resumed today after two days off. A storm has not shut down trading for this long since 1888.
Posted In: Hurricane Sandy, NYSE
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Airports and markets reopen as Sandy recedes

Oct 31, 2012
Wall Street has resumed trading today for the first time since last Friday. JFK and Newark airports are reopening as well on a limited basis.
Posted In: Airlines, NYSE, Hurricane Sandy
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Markets face challenge reopening after Sandy

Oct 30, 2012
Wall Street gets back to business tomorrow now that the storm has passed by NYC. How will investors react following the layoff?
Posted In: NYSE, Wall Street, Hurricane Sandy
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Quiet and waterlogged: Scenes from New York

Oct 30, 2012
Flooding and power outages from Hurricane Sandy have brought New York City to an unprecedented shutdown.
Posted In: Hurricane Sandy, natural disasters, New York City, NYSE
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Sandy knocks down Times and Journal paywalls

Oct 30, 2012
In the teeth of a not-so-perfect storm savaging the East Coast, the freer the flow of digital news, the better. The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal have temporarily taken down their paywalls.
Posted In: paywalls, Hurricane Sandy, NYSE, Twitter
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Financial markets shut down in NYC ahead of Sandy

Oct 29, 2012
New York City is preparing for Hurricane Sandy by shutting down the city's public transportation. Financial markets will also be closed today.
Posted In: Hurricane Sandy, NYSE, NASDAQ, MTA, New York City
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Famed soccer team Manchester United debuts on NYSE

Aug 10, 2012
Manchester United's IPO raised $230 million, but not much excitement. Why are investors coy about publicly traded sports teams?
Posted In: NYSE, IPO, Manchester United
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NYSE halts trading after strange volatility

Aug 1, 2012
It brought back memories of the flash crash a couple years ago.
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NASDAQ considers compensation for Facebook glitch

Jun 6, 2012
Published reports today suggest NASDAQ is working on a plan to compensate brokerages that lost perhaps $100 million when software fouled up the start of trading in Facebook's IPO last month.
Posted In: Facebook, NASDAQ, NYSE, IPO

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