Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Stock exchanges in the United States

There are currently 13 U.S. stock exchanges, 12 of which are run by Intercontinental Exchange Inc’s (ICE) NYSE, Nasdaq Inc (NDAQ), and Cboe Global Markets (CBOE). IEX Group runs the only independent exchange.

(by market cap)    
Ticker       Company name Mkt Cap▼
  • CME CME Group 75.612B
  • ICE Intercontinentalexchange 51.743B
  • CBOE Cboe Global Markets 12.906B

change from open - finviz http://finviz.com/screener.ashx?v=211&ta=0&o=-changeopen&t=CME,ICE,NDAQ,CBOE

by market cap


There are 13 regulated exchanges in the U.S.
American Stock ExchangeNew York City1908AMEX
Arizona Stock ExchangePhoenix1990
Boston Stock ExchangeBoston1834BSE
Chicago Stock ExchangeChicago1882CHX
Direct EdgeJersey City1998EDGA and EDGX
Nadex (Northern American Derivatives Exchange), formerly known as HedgeStreetChicago, Illinois

National Stock ExchangeJersey City1885NSX
New York Board of TradeNew York City1998NYBOT
New York Stock ExchangeNew York City1817NYSE
NYSE ArcaNew York City2006NYSE Arca
Philadelphia Stock ExchangePhiladelphia1790PHLX
In 2020, launches are planned for the Members Exchange, a new bourse backed by a group of large financial firms; a stock exchange run by options exchange operator Miami International Holdings that says it will eventually list companies from Latin America; and the Long Term Stock Exchange, a Silicon Valley-based startup aimed at promoting long-term growth ahead of short-term profits for the companies it lists.

The Members Exchange aims to go live in mid-2020 and is backed by financial heavyweights including Virtu Financial Inc (VIRT), Morgan Stanley (MS) and TD Ameritrade (AMTD).

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