Chicago Stock Exchange


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Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX)

A major exchange trading only stocks, with 90% of trades taking place on an automated execution system, called MAX.

Chicago Stock Exchange

A stock exchange in the United States. Established in 1882, it merged with a number of other exchanges during the 20th century and was known as the Midwest Stock Exchange until 1993. In the 1980s, it became one of the first stock exchanges to automate its order executions. A publicly-traded company does not need to be listed on the Exchange in order to trade on it. It provides the CHX Matching System, which allows some of its securities to trade on other exchanges, and vice versa.

Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX)

A regional securities exchange that provides an auction market for equities. The CHX first opened for business in 1882 and later merged with exchanges in Cleveland, Minneapolis, and St. Louis to form the Midwest Stock Exchange. The exchange reclaimed its prior name in 1993. The CHX currently trades over 4,000 stocks, including many issues also listed on the NYSE and Nasdaq. All but very large trades are executed electronically.
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