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The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is an American stock exchange that was founded in 1792.

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Market sell order executed at a higher price than existing limit order in a very illiquid market for an illiquid stock

First off, please bear in mind that this is a very rare scenario for a very illiquid stock in an illiquid market. Let's say the lowest ask price for the stock is 10.00 atm and there's no bid order ...
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Does the New York Stock Exchange Building have a Business Continuity Plan for dealing with a hurricane hitting New York City?

I would like to know if the New York Stock Exchange Building has a rock solid business continuity and disaster recovery plan to deal with the event of a hurricane directly hitting New York City and ...
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What is the difference of buying Coca-Cola shares from the NYSE vs Xetra?

What is the difference of buying Coca-Cola shares from the NYSE vs Xetra? I understand that the NYSE is in USD and Xetra is in EUR but the question here is about risks, dividends, and any other ...
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Can NYSE market makers step in front of existing limit orders to fill an incoming market order?

Suppose the lowest offer on stock S is $10. This offer is not the market maker's offer. A trader places a market order to buy stock S on the NYSE. Can the NYSE market maker "intercept" this ...
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What happens when a market maker goes bankrupt during / as a result of an over-extended unsupported position?

The meme stocks have me thinking about the exchange backend. What happens when a market maker / money maker has an extreme position in a stock that is now unsupported by shares, just derivatives and ...
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Live market data confusion

I have been exploring different data packages for a while and I learned that simply level 2 means top of the book (best bid/offer) for a specific exchange. In order to see other “worse” bids and ...
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What identifiable information is there in NYSE stock trades?

I have weirdly seen some conflicting information on this. My understanding is that while the individual traders are not reported, their brokerage firms are. Is this true? If so, is this true for all ...
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What determines the price that is displayed by an exchange for a security?

From my understanding, a security's prices are published by the exchange on which it is trading. How do the exchanges determine what price to publish? Is the displayed price simply the latest fill ...
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How do stock exchange specialists deal with opening auction imbalances?

I am having some problems understanding stock exchange opening auction imbalances. In Trading and Exchanges by Larry Harris, section 24.5.7 The Market Open, page 508: Specialists conduct the opening ...
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What are the extended trading market hours during a partial trading day for US stocks

Day after thanksgiving and Christmas Eve are example for partial trading days for NYSE and NASDAQ exchanges. During these days, normal trading takes place from 9:30 AM EST to 1 PM EST. I searched but ...
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Can US stocks list on one stock exchange but trade on other US stock exchanges?

I am trying to understand how the US stock market works. From my understanding, there is one stock exchange where a company is "listed". This stock exchange listing requires the company to ...
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Do I need to do anything when a company I own stocks in is moving from OTC to NYSE?

I own some stocks of a company. I read that they are moving from OTC to NYSE. One article I read said that the OTC stock will "be no more". What happens to my stocks? Will they automatically turn into ...
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Stock owned by minor reaching adult age

I am not a US person. My son (also not a US Person) has stock in a companies traded on the NYSE and held by an agent registry. (eg. Computershare). As he reaches 18, is there anything I need to ...
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How do the different branches of the NYSE interrelate?

If I look at the trading hours announcement of the New Stock Exchange, I see that there are seven different entities listed (NYSE, American, Arca, National and 3 options-related entities). How are ...
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Can I trade US securities from international non US broker?

I was wondering about what are the advantages/disadvantages of trading US stocks on the American Stock Exchange from a non US broker versus trading the same US stocks on a non US stock exchange from a ...
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Is it possible to buy stocks and sell it the next day, then use that cash to buy and sell the next day and so on instantly with a margin account?

I heard about limits such as a maximum of 3 trades in 3 days, if margin accounts can overcome these limits, how is it done? When I asked my broker, he said it's possible, but, I don't understand how ...
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Does news that is released during after hours trading still affect the stock the following day?

If an earning report is really good. However it is released the previous day, during after hours trading time. Will it still potentially impact the day? I ask this because I assume that the stock ...
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How can I know if the an FDA news release was before, after or during NYSE hours?

The article I am referring to doesn't seem to display the exact date. I was wondering if there was some way to find out? I don't know very much in terms of the FDA and I am looking to get into trading ...
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What happens on the NYSE during an IPO such that the first trade may be hours after the opening bell?

So, I understand that today's Spotify IPO isn't a traditional IPO. But I think my question extends beyond this. At about 12:45pm today, shares of Spotify finally started trading on NYSE. Opening bell ...
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Did the New York Stock Exchange ever close on a weekday so they could file paperwork?

I recently heard that the New York Stock Exchange used to close once a week so that they could organize the paper trades. I can't find anything online about it. Does anyone have any insight here?
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