National Stock Exchange


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National Stock Exchange (NSE)

Second-largest stock exchange based in India.

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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CONTACT: Bonnie Greenberg, National Stock Exchange, +1-312-786-8307, or greenberg@nsx.
In a statement, the bank said, 'Goldman Sachs currently has no plans to dispose of its five per cent interest in the National Stock Exchange of India nor is it engaged in any discussions in relation to the sale of this investment.
Our investment in India's National Stock Exchange complements our global growth strategy," said John A.
Wipro's ADS' are listed on the New York Stock Exchange, and its equity shares are listed in India on the Stock Exchange - Mumbai, and the National Stock Exchange.
Shares of exchange traded closed-end funds, like the Fund, usually trade on a national stock exchange.
CHICAGO, April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- National Stock Exchange (NSX(SM)), the largest electronic stock exchange in the United States, today announced that the number of trades in March 2005 reached 34.
We continue to move toward listing on a major national stock exchange.
BPZ Energy is now in a position to resume its efforts to obtain a listing of its common stock on a national stock exchange.

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