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Definition of the noun american stock exchange

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noun

  1. a stock exchange in New York

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American Stock Exchange a.k.a. NYSE MKT LLC, formerly known as the American Stock Exchange, is an American stock exchange situated in New York City, New York. AMEX was previously a mutual organization, owned by its members. Until 1953, it was known as the New York Curb Exchange.

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Google previewReport of Special Study of Securities Markets of the Securities and Exchange Commission (1968)

by United States. Securities and Exchange Commission

The Exchange The American Stock Exchange is a national securities exchange. It is an important part of the nation's financial community and the conduct of its members has effects extending beyond the narrow confines of its trading floor.

Google previewThe Teenage Investor (2003)

How to Start Early, Invest Often & Build Wealth by Timothy Olsen

The American Stock Exchange is the younger and smaller of the two ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Business History (2009)

by Charles R. Geisst

Le Blanc American Stock Exchange The Curb Exchange, as the American Stock Exchange (AMEX) was known in its early days, was one of the most colorful attractions in New York. The exchange was actually operated on the street, ...

Google previewInternational Dictionary of the Securities Industry (1989)

by Stuart Valentine

American Stock Exchange, the (AMEX). The American Stock Exchange is the second largest trading floor stock exchange in the United States after the neighbouring NEW York STOCK ExCHANGE (NYSE). AMEX lists over 1000 securities, but ...

Google previewAmerican Economic History: A Dictionary and Chronology (2015)

A Dictionary and Chronology by James S Olson, Abraham O. Mendoza

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE Historians estimate that the American Stock Exchange had its beginnings in the late 1840s when traders began buying and selling shares in the streets of lower Manhattan. It soon earned the nickname “ The ...

Google previewDictionary of Finance, Investment and Banking (2016)

by E. Banks

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE (AMEX) A secondary STOCK EXCHANGE in the United States that supports listing of individual STOCKS, EXCHANGETRADED FUNDS, and certain DERIVATIVES; the Exchange is now part of NEW YORK ...

Google previewDictionary of Finance and Investment Terms (2010)

American Stock Exchange, Associated Credit Bureaus, AM.

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Industrial Revolution in America (2002)

by James Stuart Olson

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE 9 obtained a federal court injunction that went against the union and ordered Debs to halt the strike. Debs defied the court order , and the strike continued. To enforce the court order, Olney deployed thousands ...

Google previewDictionary of International Investment and Finance Terms (2001)

by John Owen Edward Clark

American Stock Exchange (AMEX) The New York stock exchange that deals in stocks and bonds of smaller companies. It is also known as the Little Board or the Curb Exchange. Larger companies are listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

Google previewThe Dictionary of International Business Terms (2013)

by Jae K. Shim, Joel G. Siegel, Marc H. Levine

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE (AMEX) The stock exchange located at 86 Trinity Place, New York City, NY 10006-188l. The AMEX is known as the Curb Exchange. It generally trades stocks and bonds of small to medium-sized companies, ...

Google previewDictionary of Legal Terms, 5th edition

by Steven H. Gifis

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE Stock exchange which merged with the New York Stock Exchange. It was formerly known as the NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE or “Curb” and is abbreviated today as either AMEX or ASE. AMERICANS WITH ...

Google previewFinancial Terms Dictionary (2015)

Terminology Plain and Simple Explained by Thomas Herold

AMEX (The American Stock Exchange) The AMEX is the acronym for the American Stock Exchange. This exchange proves to be the third biggest such stock market in all of the United States when trading volume is considered, after the NYSE ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Finance and Banking (2014)

by Market House Books

American Stock Exchange (AMEX) A former stock exchange in New York, on which secondtier securities were traded. Listing requirements on AMEX were less stringent than on the *New York Stock Exchange. AMEX pioneered touchscreen ...

Google previewDictionary of Financial Terms (2007)

by Virginia B. Morris, Kenneth M. Morris

American Stock Exchange (AMEX) The AMEX is the second-largest floor-based stock exchange in the United States after the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). It operates an auction market in stocks (including overseas stocks), exchange ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Business in Today's World (2009)

A - C by Charles Wankel

national exchange, such as the New York Stock Exchange, American Stock Exchange, or NASDAQ, and, thus, are subject to listing requirements of the individual exchange as well as greater SEC compliance ...

Google previewDictionary of Commerce and Management (2004)

by K.C.S. Ranganayakulu

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE. At 86 Trinity Place, New York, the second largest stock exchange in America. Till 1921 it was known as the Kurb Exchange.

Google previewDictionary of Finance and Investment Terms, 9th ed. (2014)

by John Downes, Jordan Goodman

American Stock Exchange , ...

Google previewRoutledge Dictionary of Economics (1995)

by Donald Rutherford

American Stock Exchange (310) Previously the New ...

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