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Why are the NYSE and private companies fighting over two-millionths of a second?

by Sabri Ben-Achour Oct 7, 2019
In the world of high-speed trading, a lot can happen in .000002 seconds.
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The tricky business of investment restrictions

by Tracey Samuelson Sep 30, 2019
The Trump administration is reportedly considering limiting U.S. investments in China as part of the trade war.
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What happens when a company gets kicked off a stock exchange

by Marielle Segarra Aug 9, 2019
JCPenney just got a letter from the NYSE warning that its days on the exchange are numbered.
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What’s the deal with after-hours trading, anyway?

by Justin Ho Jul 3, 2019
Stock movements in after-hours markets get a lot of attention. But trading after markets close can be dangerous for small-time investors.
An empty trading floor at the New York Stock Exchange.
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U.S. stocks end dismal, volatile year on a bright note

by Associated Press Dec 31, 2018
Health care stocks paved the way for Monday's modest gains, but major U.S. indexes ended 2018 in the red.
Traders and financial professionals work ahead of the closing bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
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The market is not the economy ...

by Kai Ryssdal Feb 2, 2018
... but maybe they're kissing cousins?
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The NYSE's high-stakes software upgrade

by Mark Garrison Feb 24, 2016
The venerable exchange wants to retake the technological lead from competitors.
The New York Stock Exchange.
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by Mark Garrison Sep 1, 2015
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