Where Todays Leaders Are Changing the World

Leadership defined by our market model, network, global visibility and services

Listings process, securities offered, and application process

How NYSE is helping great companies do great things

Conversations with leaders, entrepreneurs, and visionaries

Data and analytics to support your IR program

Critical to floor operations and offering global visibility

Forms, fees, manuals, applications and standards for our markets

The worlds most trusted equities exchange

Combining the high performance of NYSE Pillar technology with a taker/maker fee schedule

Supporting the institutional brokerage community

Offering traders deep liquidity across listed option contracts

Offering an anonymous, flat, open market structure

Access to live, executable, transparent prices

Notices, fees, rules, calendars, forms and order types for our markets

Announcements and market updates for our trading community

System status alerts for our market community

View market quality, program trading, rule 605 and other reports

Our integrated trading technology platform that connects to all of our equities and options markets

Promoting price improvement for individual investors on retail order flow for NYSE listed securities

Low-latency, real-time market data feeds cover the various asset classes and markets in the NYSE Group

Cross asset class data across markets in the NYSE Group and on the CTA and UTP nationally consolidated data feeds

Designed to improve risk management and provide insights into key company transaction activity

Summary, constituents, rebalance, and daily corporate actions data

Volumes, transactions and other market reporting

Data Pricing, Policies, Contracts & Guidelines

Required contracts, documentation, and policies which govern vendor use and distribution of NYSE market data

Specifications, post trade user guides for connectivity

Connecting the global market community to the broadest ranges of data sources

Eligible products and policies for academic use

Filings, amendments, SEC releases, extensions, and withdrawals

Interpretations, info memos, weekly and education bulletins, and rule changes

Threshold securities listed for every settlement day.

Issuers noncompliant with standards of delaying filing annual or interim reports

List of discretionary/nondiscretionary vote determinations

Go behind the scenes of the most fascinating workplaces

Conversation with C-suite executives from Fortunes Most Powerful Women Summit

Conversations with leaders, entrepreneurs, and visionaries

The NYSEs unique market model combines leading technology with human judgment to prioritize price discovery and stability over speed for our listed companies. Coupled with our electronic markets, we believe nothing can take the place of human insight and accountability. Its the human element at NYSE that results in lower volatility, deeper liquidity and improved prices.

The cornerstone of the NYSE market model is the Designated Market Maker (DMM). DMMs have obligations to maintain fair and orderly markets for their assigned securities. They operate both manually and electronically to facilitate price discovery during market opens, closes and during periods of trading imbalances or instability. This high touch approach is crucial for offering the best prices, dampening volatility, adding liquidity and enhancing value.

DMMs apply their market experience and judgment of dynamic trading conditions, macroeconomic news and industry-specific intelligence, to inform their decisions. A valuable resource for our listed company community, DMMs offer insights, while making capital commitments, maintaining market integrity, and supporting price discovery.

Equities trading platform with added liquidity and designated market maker to maintain orderly trading

Hybrid electronic market with human oversight and accountability

Auction with DMM, underwriter, stabilization agent in control over time and price, influence on volume imbalances

DMM, underwriter, stabilization agent with Floor Community and other market participants to find best opening price

Best opening price based on market supply/demand resulting in lower volatility

Flawless IPOs with an unparalleled listing experience and visibility throughout the development of your company

Supplemental liquidity providers (SLPs) are electronic, high volume members incented to add liquidity on the NYSE. All NYSE stocks are eligible, but not all have SLPs. Supplemental liquidity providers are primarily found in more liquid stocks with greater than one million shares of average daily volume. Theyre required to maintain a bid or offer at the National Best Bid or Offer (NBBO) in each assigned security at least 10 percent of the trading day.

Floor brokers are employees of member firms who execute trades on the exchange floor on behalf of the firms clients. They act as agents, buying and selling stock for the public (institutions, hedge funds, broker/dealers). Floor brokers are physically present on the trading floor and are active participants during NYSEs opening and closing auctions, as well as throughout the trading day.