Cincinnati Stock Exchange

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Cincinnati Stock Exchange (CSE)

Stock exchange based in Cincinnati that is the only fully automated stock exchange in the US. It has no trading floor, but handles all members' transactions using computers.
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National Stock Exchange

The oldest fully electronic stock exchange in the United States. Founded as the Cincinnati Stock Exchange in 1885, it closed its trading floor in 1980 and became America's first fully computerized exchange, largely due to the efforts of Bernard Madoff. Six years later, it became the first exchange to adopt the Intermarket Trading System, which allowed its members to interface with all other exchanges.
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Cincinnati Stock Exchange (CSE)

A regional securities exchange dating to 1885 when a group of businessmen met in Cincinnati, Ohio, to auction the shares of several local companies. In 1976 the Cincinnati Stock Exchange replaced its trading floor with a geographically dispersed electronic trading system. The Cincinnati Stock Exchange is now headquartered in Chicago.
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