from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. New York Stock Exchange
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- New York Stock Exchange, a stock exchange based in New York City
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- n. a stock exchange in New York
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The most critical batch sell in a world, a NYSE is a most watched indicator of economic performance in a global economy.
At 4 p.m. in NYSE trading, the stock was down a penny, or 0.1%, at $10.37.
And so now one of the businesses that that puts us in, and we'll talk about this in our earnings call next week and we're going to start reporting it as a separate segment, is something we call NYSE Technologies.
* Very funny that its called NYSE, given my very infamous stay with the actual company, and how that sham of a technology company wouldn't accept Scala at all, despite my best efforts.
I guess the NYSE is not too worried about the EU Commission or the Court.
NYSE is all about the reported stories in the regular news section of USA Today, right??
In his suit Spitzer charged that the NYSE compensation committee had been misled about aspects of Grasso's contract and that the formula whereby his compensation figure was derived did not accord with the rules that govern the state's not-for-profit status, under which the NYSE is registered.
This is reminiscent of what the long-term NYSE hi-lo momentum index looked like in 2007 heading into the credit crisis.
Below is what the short-term NYSE internal momentum index (HILMO) looks like.
Prior to the 1980s, the NYSE was a very secretive place.