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Content tagged with Exchanges posted in April 2003
Single-Bank FX Portals Duel Against Multi-Bank Platforms
News  |  4/24/2003  | 
Despite the impression that multi-bank foreign exchange platforms are killing off single-dealer sites, a research study by Greenwich Associations shows that single-bank sites are keeping up with the multi-bank platforms.
Amex Potential Sale Opens Debate On New Owner's Strategy
News  |  4/17/2003  | 
A potential sale of The American Stock Exchange, a traditional floor-based equity exchange, to a Chicago-based private-equity firm, is sparking industry speculation as to what the new owners will do to recoup their investment.
Nasdaq’s Battle Over Locked Crossed Markets
News  |  4/15/2003  | 
A phenomenon known as locked and crossed markets has plagued Nasdaq stocks since the launch of SuperMontage. Dean Furbush, evp, Nasdaq, says locks and crosses never occur in Supermontage. With Nasdaq, ECNs and market makers blaming each other, the issue is heating up.
Money.Net And Nasdaq.Com Offer Trading Tool ; S&P Offers Indices Module; Citrix Secures Enterprise A
News  |  4/15/2003  | 
Citrix launches an enterprise-access solution, S&P releases a new indices module, and Money.net and Nasdaq team up to offer a trading tool.
NYBOT Builds a New Home
News  |  4/15/2003  | 
The New York Board Of Trade is building a sophisticated trading floor, preparing its return to lower Manhattan after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

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