NYX 360 — 22-26 November, 2010


By: Ray Pellecchia
File Under: NYSE Euronext

NYX 360 aggregates news, views and just-plain-interesting stuff from within and without NYSE Euronext (NYX). We add items throughout the week, so you can check back for updates any time.

Friday, 26 November, 2010

Former Executive Producer of The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Robin Hall, executive producer Amy Kule, and minions from ‘Despicable Me’ celebrate the 84th Thanksgiving Day Parade at NYSE (Getty)

NYSE Euronext to launch 6 new strategy indices (NYX)

Inphi shares climb on first day (Pacific Coast Business Times)

Dangdang sets price for IPO (China Knowledge)

iSoftStone eyes U.S. listing (Zephyr)

First Republic files for IPO (Bloomberg)

The entrepreneurship economic revolution (Steve Blank, hat tip Paul Kedrosky and A VC)

World intrudes on shortened ‘turkey session’ (WSJ)
And me, I’m still shaking off the effects of the annual tryptophan overdose. Have a good weekend, my friends.

Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta, center, with his wife Jennifer, left, is applauded by NYSE traders. (AP Photo from Pottstown Mercury)

Consolidated Tape in a millisecond coming to U.S. next year (Securities Technology Monitor)

NYSE Euronext plans global network of trading hubs (WSJ)
Can I be the PR guy for the hub in Hawaii? Bermuda? Tahiti? Aw, c’mon!

Syswin IPO shares start trading on NYSE (RTT)

China Xiniya Fashion launches IPO on NYSE (Trading Markets)

Kinder Morgan going public again (24/7 Wall St.)

U.S. carbon trading centers on California (WSJ)

New volatility-linked ETNs to debut on NYSE on 30 Nov. (John Lothian Newsletter)

Patrick Galley explains closed-end funds (WSJ)

First living Medal of Honor recipient from Afghan/Iraq wars rings NYSE bell (AP via the Mercury)

Soldiers making the best of it prove that Thanksgiving is what you make of it, wherever you are (Dow Jones)
A joyous Thanksgiving holiday to all of you and yours!

Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Foreign-exchange trading platform FXCM plans IPO this week (Canadian Business)

Battle to list IPOs goes from Silicon Valley to China (WSJ VentureBeat)

Consolidated Tape in a millisecond coming to U.S. next year (Securities Technology Monitor)

Strong growth in trading of African stocks and listing of African funds in NYSE Euronext markets (AllAfrica.com)

NYSE Euronext among honorees at NGLCC awards (Washington Blade)

Number of Americans ignoring their finances doubled in 2010 (WalletPop/hat tip Felix Salmon)

More on our plans to launch a consolidated tape in Europe (FT Trading Room, A-Team)

On this day in 1954, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above its 1929 peak for the first time — 381.17 (NYX). — Wow, that took 25 years.

Monday, 22 November 2010

Video embedded above: our Scott Cutler talks with CNBC about the state of the IPO market.

NYSE Euronext to launch consolidated tape for European equity markets (NYX)

IPOs hope to catch GM draft (WSJ)

Behind the scenes at the GM IPO ceremonies (Detroit News)

PE Hub talks with our Doug Chu about China and the U.S. capital markets (PE Hub)

From last Friday’s NYX Investor Day in London:
NYSE Euronext plans to clear OTC equity derivatives (Bloomberg)
NYSE Euronext may make tech, IT acquisitions (Bloomberg)

ETF’s firm foundations (Big Picture/Index Universe)

Scenes from a trading floor (Reuters/ABC)

Michael Perino on how the Percora Commission changed American finance (US News World Report)
— “There were many people who believed that regulating the NYSE was unconstitutional.”



Great article – thanks for passing along!!!
When Washington Regulated Wall Street – How the Pecora Commission changed American finance by Caitlin Huey-Burns http://bit.ly/fMvR8y

by Fields on November 22, 2010 5:47 PM


Thanks!! Great stuff!!! Have a wonderful holiday!!

Africa: Continent Getting Increased Attention At Stock Exchanges http://bit.ly/e7vjR6

by Fields on November 23, 2010 11:15 PM

Have a great weekend Ray!!


The entrepreneurship economic revolution – When It’s Darkest Men See the Stars by Steve Blank http://bit.ly/f23s3e

by Fields on November 26, 2010 12:32 PM

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