Sure, he guesses it might be nice to own Euronext. And sure, maybe he’s got a few extra ducats to play with. But he’s not stressing about it, which is good, because the soon-to-be-former New York Stock Exchange isn’t exactly eager to sell its European bourses to its chief rival. He’d just like to point out that, yeah, the Nasdaq would probably do a pretty good job with the thing. Read more »

The New York Stock Exchange has struck upon a novel idea/way to further humiliate a rival and rub its face in its great victory: The Big Board is actually going to test its systems before holding a major IPO. Read more »

  • 11 Oct 2013 at 3:07 PM

The New York Stock Exchange Has 25 Days To Live

Before it becomes a subsidiary of a frigid-sounding Atlanta company. Read more »

  • 04 Oct 2013 at 2:48 PM

Technological Ineptitude Goes International

The latest exchange SNAFU announcement has been made with a British accent. Unfortunately for the Liffe, it’s the one part of Euronext that the IntercontinentalExchange and its crack technology department, the New York Stock Exchange, is keeping. Read more »

Maybe this is how Gary Gensler goes out with a bang? Read more »

Everything will be fine so long as Superstorm Fanny and the second Great Chicago Fire do not happen simultaneously. Read more »

  • 04 Jun 2013 at 11:57 AM

NYSE Getting Ever Closer To Shedding Pesky Independence

Some NYSE partisans got a little teary and sentimental, but the Big Board still managed to sidestep on of the remaining potential landmines on its path to selling itself to a teenage futures exchange in Atlanta. Read more »

Commence the groveling! Read more »