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Unformatted text preview: Sheet1 Page 1 Infobox nrhp name = American Stock Exchange nrhp_type = nhl image = AMEX.jpg caption = The American Stock Exchange location = 86 Trinity Pl, Lower Manhattan, New York City, New York&lt nearest_city = lat_degrees = 40 lat_minutes = 42 lat_seconds = 30 lat_direction = N long_degrees = 74 long_minutes = 00 long_seconds = 48 long_direction = W area = built = 1921, expanded in 1931 &lt title=American Stock Exchangedate=2007-09-14work=National Historic Landmark summary listingpublisher=National Park Se architect = architecture = Art Deco&lt designated = June 2, 1978 &lt added = June 2, 1978 &lt visitation_num = visitation_year = refnum = 78001867 mpsub = governing_body = American Stock Exchange The '''American Stock Exchange''' ('''AMEX''') is an United StatesAmerican stock exchange situated in New York CityNew York Err:510 The Exchange traces its roots back to colonial times when stock brokers created outdoor markets in New York City to trade ne Err:510 AMEX's core business has shifted over the years from stocks to options and Exchange-traded funds, although it continues to In 1998, the American Stock Exchange merged with the National Association of Securities Dealers (operators of NASDAQ) to Out of the three major American stock exchanges, the AMEX is known to have the most liberal policies concerning company l In 2005, the AMEX attempted to popularize an American implementation of the Canadian income trust model. Listed Equity In The large companies listed on the AMEX include British American Tobacco (ADR) (BTI), Imperial Oil Limited (IMO), Seaboard...
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course CS 3304 taught by Professor Chen during the Spring '08 term at University of Houston - Downtown.
- Spring '08