How did the amex start?

Answer According to financial information website ADVFN, the American Stock Exchange (AMEX) was the third largest stock market in the United States in 2010. However, AMEX grew out of the informal meeting ... Read More »

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What is AMEX?

AMEX is an abbreviation for the American Stock Exchange, which is one of the largest stock exchanges in the world with over 1,700 options available for trading, according to the ADVFN financial inf... Read More »

What does AmEx mean?

AmEx is short for American Express, a global financial and travel services company best known for its iconic Green, Gold, and Platinum charge cards. The company was started as an express mail busin... Read More »

When was AMEX created?

American Express traces it roots back to 1841 when Henry Wells created the expressman company (a company that transported minerals, checks and other valuables) Wells & Co. in 1841. Competing transp... Read More »

What does the AMEX trade?

The NYSE Euronext bought the American Stock Exchange and the merger was completed in 2008. The AMEX has since been integrated into the NYSE Euronext. The Amex trades equities, bonds, options, indic... Read More »