Boston Stock Exchange


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Boston Stock Exchange

A small, regional stock exchange in the United States. It was established in 1834 and is currently owned by NASDAQ.

Boston Stock Exchange (BSE)

A securities exchange that makes markets in over 2,000 of the most active U.S. stocks in competition with other exchanges and approximately 125 securities that are traded only on the BSE or jointly on another exchange. The BSE was founded in 1834.
References in periodicals archive ?
Since that time, with the addition of the Boston Stock Exchange and Security Traders Association's generous donation, the Fund has raised nearly $1 million more, from over 700 individuals, civic groups, and businesses.
com Tony Stankiewicz, Boston Stock Exchange (617) 235-2006 tony.
The Boston Stock Exchange, in conjunction with the Securities and Exchange Commission, will be responsible for regulatory oversight of the BeX market.
BeX is a joint venture between the Boston Stock Exchange (BSE) and five industry leaders: Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Fidelity Brokerage Company, Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch.
The Boston Stock Exchange is pleased to welcome Endogen as the newest of more than 150 primary listed companies and other national securities that trade on the Exchange," explained Neal Sullivan, Vice President, Listings and Government Relations at the Boston Stock Exchange.
The Boston Stock Exchange was incorrectly informed by the Nevada Secretary of State's Office regarding the number of shares CIC is authorized to issue.
under the symbol "CSPLF," and on the Toronto Stock Exchange and Boston Stock Exchange under the symbol "CSW".
MST), provider of low latency solutions for the financial services industry, today announced that the Boston Stock Exchange has purchased its Market Access(R) ticker processing system on an Intel-based fault-tolerant Linux server platform from Stratus Technologies, Inc.
BOSTON -- The Boston Stock Exchange announced today that its Chairman, Kenneth R.
Before joining Willmott, Roccia was vice president of human resources at the Boston Stock Exchange, one of the most technologically advanced regional equities exchanges in the United States.

Full browser ?