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The most dangerous way to bet on stocks may get even riskier

Risk junkies rejoice. The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) wants to make it even easier for traders to reap outsized gains on investments. The catch? They can lose that money just as fast. The NYSE's Arca subsidiary submitted a request...Show More Summary

DJ Khaled's New Album 'Grateful' Features A Star-Studded Roster!

DJ Khaled and his adorable baby boy Asahd Khaled share a sweet moment while visiting the New York Stock Exchange Opening Bell Ceremony in support of his Get Schooled “Keys To Success” campaign on Thursday (June 15) in New York City. That same day, the 41-year-old hit-maker sat on a thrown while posing for photographs [...]

Snap stock sinks to IPO price: $17 per share

After peaking above $27 per share, Snap’s IPO highs have disappeared. Today the stock settled down to its initial public offering price: $17. When Snap hit the New York Stock Exchange, the newly public company swelled to $24 per share on its first day at a reported valuation of $33.6 billion. The stock fell below $20 per […]

Altice Says U.S. IPO Could Raise $1.35B, Mostly For Existing Shareholders

Altice advanced its plans to launch a U.S.-based stock today disclosing, in an SEC filing, it expects to sell about 46.6 million shares at between $27 and 31 a share — to be listed at the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “ATUS.” At $29 a share, the offering could raise $1.35 billion. Show More Summary

Blue Apron Loses Money Every Year and Soon You Can Own Stock In It

The meal kit brand just filed its IPO Blue Apron, the delivered-to-your-door meal kit brand that parses out ingredients for you, has finally filed its public IPO, getting gears in motion to hit the New York Stock Exchange. In its lengthy...Show More Summary

Twitch plays the stock market using $50,000 of actual money

Twitch played Pokémon. Twitch played Dark Souls. And now, Twitch is playing... the stock market. StockStream gives Twitch users a chance to move actual money around every day on the New York Stock Exchange. It's funded — to start with,...Show More Summary

Twitch Is Playing The Stock Market With Real Money

Twitch has taken on Pokemon, Dark Souls and even the odd indie game. So what's next for co-operative video games through Twitch chat? The New York Stock Exchange, obviously. More »      

NYSE Seeks Rules Change To Make Spotify Direct Sale Possible

To make way for a possible Spotify direct stock listing, the New York Stock Exchange has appealed to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for a rules change. ________________________________________ If, as has been widely reported, Spotify does opt for a direct stock sale, it will save millions in IPO costs,...

Moment of silence at NYSE for Manchester victims

Traders at the New York Stock Exchange observed a moment of silence before the market open in honor of the victims of the Manchester, England bombing. (May 23)        

The New York Stock Exchange is slowing down trading for a key market

The New York Stock Exchange has won approval for plans to introduce a 350-microsecond delay in trading on its market for small-cap companies. The delay will apply to NYSE American, the market previously known at NYSE MKT, and will be...Show More Summary

There's an exclusive, invite-only restaurant inside the New York Stock Exchange where only listed companies and employees can eat

Upstairs at the New York Stock Exchange, above the hustle and bustle of the famous trading floor, sits a restaurant called 1792. To be granted permission to dine at 1792, you must be an employee of the NYSE, an invited client, or part of a listed company. Show More Summary

Silver Wheaton’s Name Change Reflects Opportunities In Both Gold And Silver

Silver Wheaton began trading under its new name, Wheaton Precious Metals, on the New York Stock Exchange earlier this week. The new name reflects the transformation of Silver Wheaton from a largely silver-focused streaming company to a more diversified company

NYSE celebrates its 225th anniversary

On May 17, 1792, twenty-four brokers met under a buttonwood tree on Wall Street and helped found the New York Stock Exchange.

GM’s Millennial Ride-Sharing Platform Expands In New York

The Zipcar competitor is slowly building out a ride-sharing platform that GM hopes will prepare it for a driverless future. On Monday in front of the New York stock exchange, Julia Steyn, head of General Motors’ urban mobility project, announced the company’s app-enabled car-sharing product, Maven, will now be more broadly available in New York City. Read Full Story

Here's what a typical day is like at the New York Stock Exchange, which turns 225 years old this week

There are few places as important to American business as the New York Stock Exchange. The exchange is celebrating its 225th anniversary this week, and a multimillion-dollar renovation completed in February pays homage to its past in every conference room. Show More Summary

A "Mysterious Antenna" Emerges In An Empty Chicago Field; Billions Depend On It

Readers are familiar with the various microwave and laser arrays located at the real New York Stock Exchange in Mahwah, New Jersey, both of which we have written about in the past. Microwave tower located next to the NYSE in Mahwah, NJ. This article, however, is not about the familiar antennas off Route 17 in New Jersey. Show More Summary

Spotify reportedly to go public as direct listing on NYSE

(Reuters) – Music streaming service Spotify, most recently valued at $13 billion, will be the first major company to carry out a direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange when it goes public later this year or early next year, two sources familiar with the situation said on Friday. The move would be the […]

Spotify could come to the New York Stock Exchange by early 2018 - CNET

According to CNBC's sources, the streaming music business expects to have a direct listing by late 2017 or early 2018.

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