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By Bernardo Mariano | July 15, 2015
By Press Release | January 20, 2014
In 2012, NYSE Amex Options was the first exchange to file for and receive approval to eliminate position and exercise limits for options overlying the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust.
By Nina Mehta and Nikolaj Gammeltoft | May 6, 2013
BOX Options Exchange will be the first to begin trading larger-size contracts on the most-active U.S. equity derivatives product.
By Nina Mehta and Whitney Kisling, Bloomberg | August 6, 2012
NYSE Euronext temporarily assigned responsibility for 680 stocks that Knight Capital Group Inc. handles as a primary market maker to Getco LLC so the broker could focus on shoring up its finances.
By Joshua Gallu and Nina Mehta, Bloomberg | April 5, 2012
More than five months before a software error ruined Bats Global Markets Inc.’s initial public offering, U.S. regulators put exchanges on notice that they need to do more to protect investors from technology gone awry.
By Michael J. McFarlin | March 1, 2011
As exchanges around the world pair up as if it were the high school prom, traders and investors are wondering about the timing of the announcements
By Press Release | October 1, 2010
New financial products
By Press Release | August 3, 2010
The profit compares to a net loss of $182 million in the second quarter of 2009.
By Press Release | August 1, 2010
New technology products
New options products