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Duncan Niederauer, the recently appointed president of the New York Stock Exchange, plans to apologize to a group of specialists in the coming weeks for a remark he made several years ago that floor traders found offensive, CNBC's Charlie Gasparino has learned.
"Dow Rallies Back 160 Points, Biggest Climb Since July. Is the bull market intact or should you still play defense?" A broad-based rally lifted everything from banks to mining shares today. Treasury Secretary Paulson said that home lending blowups are contained and investors realized the China growth story is still intact.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is looking into whether the New York Stock Exchange's so-called hybrid trading system has enough capacity to handle the high volume that has occured this week, according to CNBC's Charlie Gasparino.
NYSE Group's appointment of Duncan L. Niederauer as president and co-chief operating officer makes him the clear heir apparent to John Thain, according to CNBC's Gasparino.
The world's largest electronic stock exchange issued a disappointing 2007 earnings outlook on Tuesday, overshadowing strong quarterly earnings, which dragged its shares sharply lower.
The Nasdaq Stock Market , having failed in its $5.3 billion hostile takeover bid for the London Stock Exchange , is now seen scrambling to lay out a European strategy that will appease its shareholders and ensure that it won't be left behind as other major exchanges consolidate.
The Nasdaq Stock Market failed for the second time in a year to win control of the London Stock Exchange , revealing Saturday that its $5.3 billion hostile bid had been spurned by the British bourse's shareholders.
Stocks staged a late-afternoon rally after the Federal Reserve signaled that the outlook for inflation has improved while the economy continues to grow at a moderate pace.
NYSE Group is set to announce a strategic alliance with the Tokyo Stock Exchange when the New York Stock Exchange opens for the Wednesday session.
The Tokyo and New York stock exchanges are in the final stages of alliance talks and may come to an agreement as soon as the end of the month, The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing the head of the Tokyo exchange.
The New York Stock Exchange plans a pilot program later this year that could bring real-time stock quotes to Internet users, according to newspaper reports.
European regulators said on Thursday they had approved proposals for pan-European bourse operator Euronext to merge with the New York Stock Exchange to form the first transatlantic bourse.
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Stocks ended the day on the downside with more deals and earnings news driving the momentum on Wall Street today. All three major indexes closed down fractionally. The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded in a narrow range of about 40 points. More from Mary Thompson, CNBC’s “Eye on the Floor.”
In an exclusive interview on CNBC, NYSE Group Chief Executive John Thain said Asia is the next logical place for the Big Board to expand.
Today, New York Stock Exchange shareholders voted to endorse the $14.3 billion acquisition of European exchange Euronext. Euronext shareholders, who held their vote yesterday, also approved the deal. CNBC's Maria Bartiromo interviewed NYSE CEO John Thain this morning on “Squawk Box.” He says the deal won’t be complete until the first quarter of 2007, but he’s already got his eye on Asia.
Euronext shareholders onTuesday approved a $14-billion plan to merge the multinational European exchange operator with the New York Stock Exchange and form the first transatlantic bourse.
Many publicly traded companies have been complaining about Sarbanes-Oxley since it became law in the U.S. in 2002. But lately SarbOx has been blamed for New York’s slip against London in the competition for global capital. Some key IPOs this year chose to offer stock in London over New York. But then again the $14 billion New York Stock Exchange-Euronext merger was approved today. Maybe New York needs to fight harder for those investor dollars.
European regulators have given approval to the merger between Euronext and the NYSE. This removes a major obstacle to the merger. This is being positioned as a merger of equals; the 22-member board will be split evenly between the NYSE and Euronext.