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American Stock Exchange

As the nation's second largest floor-based exchange, the American Stock Exchange has a significant presence in common stocks, index shares and equity derivative securities.

Philadelphia Stock Exchange

As the first securities exchange in the United States, the tradition of innovation that has characterized the PHLX since its inception in 1790 has carried on throughout the years as the Exchange continues to respond to the ever-changing needs of the investment community.

Chicago Stock Exchange

The Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX), the second largest U.S. stock exchange.

Chicago Board of Trade

The Chicago Board of Trade is organized as a not-for-profit membership association. It has several types of memberships, each having access to all or some

Chicago Mercantile Exchange

The Exchange offers futures and options on futures in four basic product areas: interest rates, stock indexes, foreign exchange and commodities. CME has a long history of innovation, which includes pioneering financial futures contracts.

Chicago Board Options Exchange

The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), founded in 1973, revolutionized options trading by creating standardized, listed stock options.

Chicago Stock Exchange

Pacific Stock Exchange

The Pacific Exchange (PCX) is a marketplace where individual and institutional investors, professional broker-dealers, and registered member firms meet to buy and sell more than 2,500 stocks, bonds an other securities issued by publicly traded companies, as well as options on more than 800 stocks.

London Stock Exchange

Through the London Stock Exchange, companies are able to access London's substantial and diverse investor base, which represents the largest pool of capital globally, and raise capital in one of the world's most heavily traded equity markets.

International Securities Exchange

The International Securities Exchange, the world's largest equity options exchange, was founded on the principle that technology fosters and infuses new efficiencies and operational innovations into securities trading.

Boston Stock Exchange

The BSE's roots go back to the 1830s when Bostonians were looking for new ways to invest the wealth they had earned through shipping, banking, and insurance.

New York Stock Exchange

To add value to the capital-raising and asset- management process by providing the highest quality and most cost-effective self-regulated marketplace for the trading of financial instruments, promote confidence in and understanding of that process, and serve as a forum for discussion of relevant national and international policy issues.

Winnipeg Stock Exchange

The Winnipeg Stock Exchange merged operations with The Canadian Venture Exchange (CDNX) on November 24, 2000.

Nasdaq Canada

The companies listed on the Nasdaq Canada Market represent a broad cross section of industries, including technology, consumer products, pharmaceuticals and multimedia.


Since its inception in 1971, The Nasdaq Stock Market has been the industry innovator.

Toronto Stock Exchange (TSE)

TSX Group, which includes the Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Venture Exchange, TSX Markets and TSX Datalinx, collectively manages all aspects of Canada's senior and junior capital markets.

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