NYSE Group

NYSE Group

A corporation that owned the New York Stock Exchange and a few other exchanges in the United States. It was formed in 2006 as the result of a merger between the NYSE and the Archipelago Exchange. The following year, the NYSE Group merged with Euronext to form NYSE Euronext. See also: Demutualization.
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That prediction comes from Tom Farley, the president of NYSE Group that oversees the New York Stock Exchange.
NYSE) have announced that they have entered into a licensing agreement whereby NYSE Group has licensed to Natixis Advisors, L.
Natixis Investment Managers and the NYSE Group announced that they have entered into a licensing agreement whereby NYSE Group has licensed to Natixis Advisors, L.
The acquisition will give the NYSE Group an additional US exchange license, bringing its total to four.
He has also worked as executive vice president and chief financial officer of NYSE Euronext (NYSE: NYX) and its predecessor company NYSE Group Inc, and was chief financial officer of Archipelago Holdings.
Successful completion of the transaction would allow ExpressJet to immediately return to trading on all NYSE Group platforms and return to compliance with the continued listing standards of the New York Stock Exchange once the six-month cure period expires on 18 January 2009, the company said.
But the recent acquisition of Euronext NV, the pan-European stock exchange operator, by NYSE Group Inc.
NYSE Group shareholders approve merger with Euronext
07 billion) merger proposal from the NYSE Group, parent company of the New York Stock Exchange, in a deal now valued at $13.
As the matchmaking dance between some of the world's largest stock exchanges continued, Euronext's boards reiterated they currently prefer an offer from the NYSE Group Inc.
The new entity, a holding company to be called NYSE Group Inc.
NYSE Group matched exchange-traded products ADV (included in volumes for Tape B and Tape C) of 347 million shares in January 2010 decreased 35.