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The MIC code for this exchange is XNYS. This MIC may encompass multiple trading venues with distinct hours, trading holidays, rules, and securities. The acronym or abbreviation for this market is NYSE.
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|Washington's Birthday||Mon, February 15, 2021 (3 weeks from now)|
|Good Friday||Fri, April 2, 2021 (2 months from now)|
|Memorial Day||Mon, May 31, 2021 (4 months from now)|
|Independence Day||Mon, July 5, 2021 (5 months from now)|
6:30am - 9:30am — Pre-Opening Session
9:30am - 4:00pm — Core Trading Session
4:00pm - 8:00pm — Extended Hours
Breaking Down the New York Stock Exchange
New York Stock Exchange Timezone
The New York Stock Exchange uses the America/New_York timezone. Commonly referred to as Eastern Standard Time. This timezone is currently GMT-05:00. The abbreviation for this timezone is EST.
The "America/New_York" timezone does use Daylight Saving Time (DST), but it is not currently Daylight Saving Time. The next time change will be 1 month from now on Sunday, March 14, 2021 at 2:00am.
The Market Capitalization, or total value of all shares of all securities traded on the New York Stock Exchange is $22.38 trillion USD.
Market Cap is based on data from the World Federation of Exchanges and was last updated on Saturday, January 2, 2021.
New York Stock Exchange Currency
The New York Stock Exchange trades in US Dollars. The currency code is USD. The currency symbol is "$".
🇺🇸 Economy & Geography
The New York Stock Exchange is headquartered in New York, United States located in North America (Americas - Northern America).
Contact the New York Stock Exchange
In most cases, you will want contact your broker instead of contacting the New York Stock Exchange directly. Most general information about the New York Stock Exchange can be found on the web at www.nyse.com.
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The New York Stock Exchange was founded in May 1792 when the Buttonwood Agreement as signed. The Buttonwood Agreement was signed by 24 stockbrokers who established a set up rules for organized securities trading in New York. Before this agreement, securities were sold auctioneers rather than on an organized market.
Over the next 225 years the NYSE matured and evolved into what it is today. Over the first hundred years, restrictions against manipulative trading were added and more organized governance was developed.
In 1840, the invention of the telegraph allowed markets in New York and Philadelphia to consolidate. Over time trading practices have continued to evolve to take advantage of improved communication technologies and to keep up with growing demand.
In 1934, the Security Exchange Act as signed which created the SEC which regulates securities trading in the US.
In 2006, the NYSE merged with Archipelago Exchange (which is called NYSE Arca today). Through this deal, the NYSE became a for-profit, publicly traded company.
Over the subsequent years there have been numerous mergers and acquisitions involving the NYSE and its subsidiaries. Today, the NYSE is operated by the Intercontinental Exchange.
About the NYSE
The New York Stock Exchange is the largest stock exchange in the world. Located on Wall Street, in New York City, the NYSE lists some 2,300 companies and averages over $200 billion in daily trading value as of 2020.
The NYSE is owned by the Intercontinental Exchange, a company that operates 11 other exchanges and 6 clearing houses. The NYSE is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
There are a number of other stock markets in the US, but the NYSE is seen as the the tried-and-true securities exchange. The NYSE is, and will continue, to be a backbone of the world's financial markets for decades to come.
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