Barrier Keeping Nasdaq Stocks Out Of NYSE Will Finally Come Down
The New York Stock Exchange will finally let Nasdaq-listed companies like Apple Inc.
trade at its iconic Manhattan floor, breaking with decades of tradition at the formerly
Our Take: For many years, the New York Stock Exchange has competed with other
exchanges and off-exchange destinations with a hand voluntarily tethered behind its back.
While its rivals matched transactions in all US-listed equities, the Big Board traded only
NYSE-listed issues, also known as Tape A securities for the consolidated market-data plan
that processes their quotes and transactions…
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