The NYSE is the largest and most well-known stock exchange worldwide, facilitating the trade of corporate stocks and other securities.
The NYSE said it minted the NFTs to commemorate several companies' very first trades, but the exchange has not put the tokens up for sale.
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DoorDash commenced public trading on Wednesday, opening at $US182, which was 78% above its initial public offering price. The food-delivery company raised roughly $US3.4 billion with its initial public offering after pricing shares at $US102 each on Tuesday. The IPO kicks off a slew of debuts slated for December, including […]
DoorDash priced its shares at $US102 apiece on Tuesday ahead of its IPO, CNBC’s Leslie Picker reported. That comes in well above the expected range. The offering is expected to raise $US3.4 billion, and it gives the food-delivery company a valuation of $US32.4 billion. DoorDash lifted its pricing range on […]
The New York Stock Exchange saw record IPO activity this month, and president Stacey Cunningham expects the offering spree to charge forward. “October is on track to look exactly the same” as the offering-heavy September, she said in a Wednesday interview with Bloomberg TV. Companies are also tapping the market […]
Data-mining firm Palantir climbed as much as 14% in its first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Palantir opened at $US10 per share, 38% above its reference price of $US7.25. The subsequent climb marked a 14% increase from the opening price. The company began trading under the […]
Traders increasingly turn to exchanges worldwide for round-the-clock price action. While the London and New York stock exchanges are the world’s oldest, new firms sprang up throughout Asia and Europe in the 1990s and early 2000s. Here are the world’s biggest stock exchanges in ascending order of market cap. Visit […]
The New York Stock Exchange will allow some market makers to return to the trading floor Wednesday, Chief Operating Officer Michael Blaugrund told Bloomberg in a Monday interview. The market makers designated to return will add to the 25% of participants that went back to the trading floor when it […]
Hertz, the bankrupt car-rental company, on Monday filed to sell up to $US500 million in new shares. The stock fell nearly 25% in premarket trading Monday. The move comes just after Hertz shares surged nearly 70% Friday when the company won bankruptcy court approval to sell up to $US1 billion […]
Hertz announced Wednesday it received a delisting notice from the New York Stock Exchange on May 26 days after filing for bankruptcy. The car-rental company appealed the notice and requested a hearing to maintain its spot on the exchange. Hertz shares will continue to trade publicly pending the appeal. “There […]
The Nasdaq exchange overtook the New York Stock Exchange in year-to-date IPO fundraising last week after colossal debuts from Warner Music Group and ZoomInfo. Companies have raised roughly $US12.2 billion with Nasdaq IPOs in the year-to-date, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, besting NYSE’s $US10.9 billion in 2020 deals. The […]
President Donald Trump said he is “looking at” Chinese firms listed on US stock exchanges that don’t adhere to US accounting rules. The president added that such a move could backfire, telling Fox Business in an interview aired Thursday that Chinese companies could simply move to London or Hong Kong […]
The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating the listings of a number of tech unicorns that went public on the New York Stock Exchange in the last few years, including Slack, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. The probe is focusing in particular on how trading was […]
The Nasdaq exchange is positioned to raise more funds through initial public offerings than the New York Stock Exchange for the first time since it botched Facebook’s debut in 2012, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. Nasdaq-listed IPOs raised roughly $US32.4 billion in the year-to-date, trouncing NYSE’s $US26.2 billion sum, […]
The famous “Charging Bull” statue will soon be moved from its spot in Bowling Green Park, a representative for the New York City mayor’s office told the Wall Street Journal. The statue, created by artist Arturo Di Modica, has served as the focal point for numerous protests over the years, […]
Members Exchange filed an application with the SEC to become the nation’s 15th stock exchange. The new venture is backed by major financial players including Morgan Stanley and UBS, and aims to compete with the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq by cutting fees for traders. MEMX is eyeing a […]
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