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Intermarket Competition: Listing Decisions

  • Jamie Selway
  • Noreen Culhane
  • John Labuszewski
  • John McGonegal
  • William O’Brien
Conference paper
Part of the Zicklin School of Business Financial Markets Series book series (CUNY)

1JAMIE SELWAY: As our exchanges have graduated from member-driven cooperatives, and have invested in for-profit companies, attention has turned to questions such as; what do our exchanges do, what kinds of businesses are they in, and what are their prospects?

Historically, our exchanges have performed three functions: They have listed securities, traded these securities, and sold the associated market data. Our panel will explore the listings business. As we heard from the last panel, listings, which are one of the more attractive sides of exchanges, account for about a third of their revenues. We will hear from the NYSE and NASDAQ about their value propositions for companies they list. Finally, creating new equities is a dimension of the listings business, so we will hear from the AMEX about its business in Exchange Traded Funds, options and other instruments. We will also hear about other instruments from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.

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Keywords

Stock Exchange Future Contract Asset Class Listing Standard London Stock Exchange 
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© Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2008

Authors and Affiliations

  • Jamie Selway
  • Noreen Culhane
  • John Labuszewski
  • John McGonegal
  • William O’Brien

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