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 Who invented the new york stock exchange?

Answer The New York Stock Exchange was invented by 24 New York City merchants and stockbrokers in 1792. The merchants and stockbrokers signed the "Buttonwood Agreement," and started their trading operatio... Read More »
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Approximately how many companies have stock traded on the New York Stock Exchange?

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and its related NYSE Arca, NYSE Euronext, and NYSE Alternext equities markets trade the shares of nearly 5,200 companies from around the world, 3,915 of which are... Read More »
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How many million shares of stock are traded on the New York Stock Exchange daily?

About 2,000 million exchanges are made every day on the New York Stock Exchange. In March 2010, the average daily volume was 2,128,546,521 shares traded daily. The number of shares traded changes e... Read More »
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How many companies have stock traded on the new york stock exchange?

There are about 8,500 companies that trade on the New York Stock Exchange as of March 2010. This number is dynamic as companies are added and withdrawn regularly. There are 451 of these companies t... Read More »
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What street is the New York Stock Exchange on in New York?

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is located on two streets in New York, New York. The New York Stock Exchange Building, designed by George B. Post and now a national landmark, is at 18 Broad Stre... Read More »
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