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Ralph Elliot 2017-07-04
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The problem is, test seems to have gone to production with the hilarious result that a bunch of stocks are reporting the same value: $123.47 (which, as someone noted on Twitter, could be $123.456 rounded off).

It's brought about quite the Tweet-storm:

The @NYSE API is informing the world that a bunch of stocks just got set to $123.47 or so.

— Danny Ben-David (@primunomina) July 4, 2017

Companies reporting the same value included Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, eBay, Sears, Zynga, Dish, Nasdaq and Google.

Yeah, a whole bunch of Amazonians shat themselves when our stock monitors pinged us.

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Mark Moore 2017-04-06

Some of Wall Street’s biggest firms are balking at an attempt by the New York Stock Exchange to assert greater control over market data—a behind-the-scenes spat that highlights the growing importance of Big Data in today’s financial markets.

J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., Citigroup Inc., Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and electronic traders Virtu Financial Inc. and KCG Holdings Inc. are among the firms concerned about the exchange’s move,...

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John Nelson 2017-12-20
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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., December 6, 2017.

Global volume in cryptocurrency markets passes $50 billion, close to the average turnover on New York Stock Exchange.

The comparison is inexact but highlights just how popular digital currencies have become.

LONDON — Global cryptocurrency markets are now averaging the same daily trading volumes as the New York Stock Exchange.

24-hour trade volume in the cryptocurrency market passed the $50 billion mark on Wednesday, according to data provider CoinMarketCap.com.

That is close to the average daily volumes of trade on the New York Stock Exchange this year, which has ranged between $35 billion and $50 billion, according to historical data.

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Ben Gallagher 2021-03-02
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Semrush is announcing an initial public offering of company stock, which will see the SEO software company selling shares on the New York Stock Exchange.

The post Semrush to Publicly Sell Shares on New York Stock Exchange via @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

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Brian Williams 2021-01-05
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The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) no longer plans to comply with a Trump administration order to delist Chinese telecoms groups. NYSE began proceedings to delist China Mobile, China Unicom, and China Telecom last week after the order signed by President Trump in November. The order is designed to prevent transactions in securities “designed to... Read more »

The post New York Stock Exchange backtracks on plan to delist Chinese telcos appeared first on Telecoms Tech News.

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Kay Pry 2021-07-08
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The company behind the dollar-pegged stablecoin USDC is going public in a deal that could value the firm at $4.5 billion.
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Mike Estes 2021-02-27
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Nasdaq bounces back, but still ends week down 4.9%, amid worries about monetary-policy response to growth
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Larry Armitage 2018-08-28

Robinhood, the app-based investment platform for all your speculative investing needs, has launched a tool for investors to throw money at publicly traded international companies through the rollout of American Depositary Receipts.

ADRs are the investment mechanism that U.S. investors use to invest in foreign companies whose shares aren’t traded on U.S. stock exchanges like the New York Stock Exchange or the Nasdaq, and as of today, the company said it would roll out opportunities to invest in 250 stocks from global companies.

The list of potential investment targets include Tencent, Nintendo, and Adidas the company said.

And opportunities will exist to invest in public companies from China, Japan, Germany, Canada and the United Kingdom whose shares trade in the U.S.

A full list can be found by searching “New on Robinhood” in the company’s app or on desktop.

For the francophiles in the room, French companies like LVMH, Michelin, and Ubisoft Entertainment will be made available soon, Robinhood said in a statement.

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Lillie Snow 2021-07-04
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CAC on Friday announced an investigation into Didi to protect national security and the public interest, two days after the firm began trading on the New York Stock Exchange
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Ronald Breau 2017-11-07
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On the morning of July 13, two months till the meeting, users woke up to find that the majority of foreign TV shows and films had disappeared from Bilibili, an online video sharing and social platform.

Months before the 19th Communist Party Congress, China’s tech firms had already been feeling the chill of media regulation.

Bilibili announced (in Chinese) on the next day that the blackout was a result of “self-censorship” without elaborating on what that entailed.

Fans flocked to online forums fathoming what might have happened, lamenting Bilibili’s future prospects in an increasingly strict media environment.

A whopping 90% of its users are under 25, who post, view, and comment on videos in the form of danmu, real-time audience commentaries that roll across and atop the streamed videos.

Netizens came up with two theories to make of Bilibili’s content blackout—copyrights infringement, or media crackdown.

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Clifford Ketcham 2018-10-31
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Technology's biggest players, lumped together as the so-called FAANG stocks, have ended their October losing streak which had left investors spooked with just one day to go.

Netflix's share price saw the biggest gains out of the FAANGs grouping, rising almost seven per cent this afternoon off the back of better-than-expected results for Facebook last night.

The social media giant beat analyst estimates for its third quarter earnings by almost 20 per cent, despite user growth stagnating in North America and falling in Europe for a second quarter.

Facebook's own shares rose as much as 6.5 per cent as markets opened, but later calmed down to sit around the three per cent mark.

Google parent Alphabet rose more than three per cent, while Apple was up 2.7 per cent.

Amazon, which has been the worst hit of the group in recent weeks after missing estimates on profits and downgrading its outlook for the holiday period, gained a much-needed boost of more than four per cent.

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Timothy Corn 2017-10-03
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BlackBerry has announced plans to move its shares from Nasdaq to the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on October 16.

The Canadian tech firm hasn’t given a specific reason for upping sticks and moving its shares to another stock market, but as the company continues to shift away from its mobile hardware roots and define itself as a software and services company, it’s as good a time as any to start afresh on a new exchange.

“Many of the world’s greatest brands, including a large number of our customers and partners, are listed on the NYSE, and we look forward to joining them,” said BlackBerry CEO and executive chairman John Chen, in a press release.

“As we continue to advance our growth strategy, we believe that our partnership with the NYSE will further raise the profile of our company and strengthen the value of our BlackBerry Secure brand.”

BlackBerry has been listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) since 1998, and since 1999 it’s been on Nasdaq, where its shares enjoyed a peak of around $230 in 2007 under its former Research in Motion (RIM) moniker.

With the rise of Android and iOS, BlackBerry’s shares have been in free fall in the years since, hitting a low of around $6 in 2013 shortly after the company changed its name to BlackBerry.

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John Applebaum 2017-09-21
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Hackers behind the massive Equifax data breach began their attack no later than early March, more than four months before company officials discovered the intrusion, according to a report published Wednesday by the Wall Street Journal.

The first evidence of the hackers' "interaction" with the Equifax network occurred on March 10, according to the report, which cited a confidential note that security firm FireEye sent to some Equifax customers.

By then, a critical vulnerability in the Apache Struts Web application framework was already under active exploit on the Internet.

Equifax officials have said the Struts flaw was the opening that gave attackers an initial hold in the targeted network.

Equifax has said that the breach that exposed sensitive data for as many as 143 million US consumers started on May 13 and lasted until July 30.

The company didn't disclose the breach until September 7.

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Eric Calvillo 2019-01-07
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We all know tech fads come and go, yet it’s still a surprise when an institution like MIT labels game-changing tech like the blockchain “boring.” Strangely enough, once you follow MIT’s logic, it’s not really a knock.

The blockchain is just as revolutionary and paradigm-shifting as it was when it starting making headlines a few years ago.

But with several major blockchain-driven projects launching this year from global titans as varied as Walmart and the New York Stock Exchange, this technology of the future is quickly becoming 2019’s technology of right freakin’ now.

You can still catch up on exactly what the blockchain is and how it’s changing the digital world with the training in The 2019 Blockchain Developer Mastery Bundle.

These courses are now over 90 percent off, just $19 from TNW Deals.

While some of the instruction in this 8-course package cover blockchain’s central role in the cryptocurrency craze, this training goes beyond, expanding your knowledge to all the ways decentralized data mining is impacting the world today as well as its immediate future.

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Robert Carter 2017-01-30
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reported by the Wall Street Journal.

This means that you can expect to see a big Snapchat banner on Wall Street and that executives will probably be ringing the opening bell when the company debuts, likely in March.

The move sends the message that Snap wants its IPO to appear more like Twitter s than Facebook s, which went public on the Nasdaq with some difficulties.

It s also a big victory for the NYSE, after seeing most of 2016 s tech listings go Nasdaq.

The two had been competing head-to-head for several prior years.

Apple, Alphabet, and Amazon all listed on the Nasdaq, the exchange that became associated with tech for decades.

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John Salmi 2021-01-04
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The New York Stock Exchange has been compelled to delist the stocks of China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom.
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Ralph Elliot 2017-07-04
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The problem is, test seems to have gone to production with the hilarious result that a bunch of stocks are reporting the same value: $123.47 (which, as someone noted on Twitter, could be $123.456 rounded off).

It's brought about quite the Tweet-storm:

The @NYSE API is informing the world that a bunch of stocks just got set to $123.47 or so.

— Danny Ben-David (@primunomina) July 4, 2017

Companies reporting the same value included Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, eBay, Sears, Zynga, Dish, Nasdaq and Google.

Yeah, a whole bunch of Amazonians shat themselves when our stock monitors pinged us.

John Nelson 2017-12-20
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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., December 6, 2017.

Global volume in cryptocurrency markets passes $50 billion, close to the average turnover on New York Stock Exchange.

The comparison is inexact but highlights just how popular digital currencies have become.

LONDON — Global cryptocurrency markets are now averaging the same daily trading volumes as the New York Stock Exchange.

24-hour trade volume in the cryptocurrency market passed the $50 billion mark on Wednesday, according to data provider CoinMarketCap.com.

That is close to the average daily volumes of trade on the New York Stock Exchange this year, which has ranged between $35 billion and $50 billion, according to historical data.

Brian Williams 2021-01-05
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The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) no longer plans to comply with a Trump administration order to delist Chinese telecoms groups. NYSE began proceedings to delist China Mobile, China Unicom, and China Telecom last week after the order signed by President Trump in November. The order is designed to prevent transactions in securities “designed to... Read more »

The post New York Stock Exchange backtracks on plan to delist Chinese telcos appeared first on Telecoms Tech News.

Mike Estes 2021-02-27
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Nasdaq bounces back, but still ends week down 4.9%, amid worries about monetary-policy response to growth
Lillie Snow 2021-07-04
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CAC on Friday announced an investigation into Didi to protect national security and the public interest, two days after the firm began trading on the New York Stock Exchange
Clifford Ketcham 2018-10-31
img

Technology's biggest players, lumped together as the so-called FAANG stocks, have ended their October losing streak which had left investors spooked with just one day to go.

Netflix's share price saw the biggest gains out of the FAANGs grouping, rising almost seven per cent this afternoon off the back of better-than-expected results for Facebook last night.

The social media giant beat analyst estimates for its third quarter earnings by almost 20 per cent, despite user growth stagnating in North America and falling in Europe for a second quarter.

Facebook's own shares rose as much as 6.5 per cent as markets opened, but later calmed down to sit around the three per cent mark.

Google parent Alphabet rose more than three per cent, while Apple was up 2.7 per cent.

Amazon, which has been the worst hit of the group in recent weeks after missing estimates on profits and downgrading its outlook for the holiday period, gained a much-needed boost of more than four per cent.

John Applebaum 2017-09-21
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Hackers behind the massive Equifax data breach began their attack no later than early March, more than four months before company officials discovered the intrusion, according to a report published Wednesday by the Wall Street Journal.

The first evidence of the hackers' "interaction" with the Equifax network occurred on March 10, according to the report, which cited a confidential note that security firm FireEye sent to some Equifax customers.

By then, a critical vulnerability in the Apache Struts Web application framework was already under active exploit on the Internet.

Equifax officials have said the Struts flaw was the opening that gave attackers an initial hold in the targeted network.

Equifax has said that the breach that exposed sensitive data for as many as 143 million US consumers started on May 13 and lasted until July 30.

The company didn't disclose the breach until September 7.

Robert Carter 2017-01-30
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reported by the Wall Street Journal.

This means that you can expect to see a big Snapchat banner on Wall Street and that executives will probably be ringing the opening bell when the company debuts, likely in March.

The move sends the message that Snap wants its IPO to appear more like Twitter s than Facebook s, which went public on the Nasdaq with some difficulties.

It s also a big victory for the NYSE, after seeing most of 2016 s tech listings go Nasdaq.

The two had been competing head-to-head for several prior years.

Apple, Alphabet, and Amazon all listed on the Nasdaq, the exchange that became associated with tech for decades.

Mark Moore 2017-04-06

Some of Wall Street’s biggest firms are balking at an attempt by the New York Stock Exchange to assert greater control over market data—a behind-the-scenes spat that highlights the growing importance of Big Data in today’s financial markets.

J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., Citigroup Inc., Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and electronic traders Virtu Financial Inc. and KCG Holdings Inc. are among the firms concerned about the exchange’s move,...

Ben Gallagher 2021-03-02
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Semrush is announcing an initial public offering of company stock, which will see the SEO software company selling shares on the New York Stock Exchange.

The post Semrush to Publicly Sell Shares on New York Stock Exchange via @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Kay Pry 2021-07-08
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The company behind the dollar-pegged stablecoin USDC is going public in a deal that could value the firm at $4.5 billion.
Larry Armitage 2018-08-28

Robinhood, the app-based investment platform for all your speculative investing needs, has launched a tool for investors to throw money at publicly traded international companies through the rollout of American Depositary Receipts.

ADRs are the investment mechanism that U.S. investors use to invest in foreign companies whose shares aren’t traded on U.S. stock exchanges like the New York Stock Exchange or the Nasdaq, and as of today, the company said it would roll out opportunities to invest in 250 stocks from global companies.

The list of potential investment targets include Tencent, Nintendo, and Adidas the company said.

And opportunities will exist to invest in public companies from China, Japan, Germany, Canada and the United Kingdom whose shares trade in the U.S.

A full list can be found by searching “New on Robinhood” in the company’s app or on desktop.

For the francophiles in the room, French companies like LVMH, Michelin, and Ubisoft Entertainment will be made available soon, Robinhood said in a statement.

Ronald Breau 2017-11-07
img

On the morning of July 13, two months till the meeting, users woke up to find that the majority of foreign TV shows and films had disappeared from Bilibili, an online video sharing and social platform.

Months before the 19th Communist Party Congress, China’s tech firms had already been feeling the chill of media regulation.

Bilibili announced (in Chinese) on the next day that the blackout was a result of “self-censorship” without elaborating on what that entailed.

Fans flocked to online forums fathoming what might have happened, lamenting Bilibili’s future prospects in an increasingly strict media environment.

A whopping 90% of its users are under 25, who post, view, and comment on videos in the form of danmu, real-time audience commentaries that roll across and atop the streamed videos.

Netizens came up with two theories to make of Bilibili’s content blackout—copyrights infringement, or media crackdown.

Timothy Corn 2017-10-03
img

BlackBerry has announced plans to move its shares from Nasdaq to the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on October 16.

The Canadian tech firm hasn’t given a specific reason for upping sticks and moving its shares to another stock market, but as the company continues to shift away from its mobile hardware roots and define itself as a software and services company, it’s as good a time as any to start afresh on a new exchange.

“Many of the world’s greatest brands, including a large number of our customers and partners, are listed on the NYSE, and we look forward to joining them,” said BlackBerry CEO and executive chairman John Chen, in a press release.

“As we continue to advance our growth strategy, we believe that our partnership with the NYSE will further raise the profile of our company and strengthen the value of our BlackBerry Secure brand.”

BlackBerry has been listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) since 1998, and since 1999 it’s been on Nasdaq, where its shares enjoyed a peak of around $230 in 2007 under its former Research in Motion (RIM) moniker.

With the rise of Android and iOS, BlackBerry’s shares have been in free fall in the years since, hitting a low of around $6 in 2013 shortly after the company changed its name to BlackBerry.

Eric Calvillo 2019-01-07
img

We all know tech fads come and go, yet it’s still a surprise when an institution like MIT labels game-changing tech like the blockchain “boring.” Strangely enough, once you follow MIT’s logic, it’s not really a knock.

The blockchain is just as revolutionary and paradigm-shifting as it was when it starting making headlines a few years ago.

But with several major blockchain-driven projects launching this year from global titans as varied as Walmart and the New York Stock Exchange, this technology of the future is quickly becoming 2019’s technology of right freakin’ now.

You can still catch up on exactly what the blockchain is and how it’s changing the digital world with the training in The 2019 Blockchain Developer Mastery Bundle.

These courses are now over 90 percent off, just $19 from TNW Deals.

While some of the instruction in this 8-course package cover blockchain’s central role in the cryptocurrency craze, this training goes beyond, expanding your knowledge to all the ways decentralized data mining is impacting the world today as well as its immediate future.

John Salmi 2021-01-04
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The New York Stock Exchange has been compelled to delist the stocks of China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom.