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1 Unit 1 Individual Project 1 Lorraine Huff American InterContinental University Financial Management: FIN410-1002B-02 June 12, 2010
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2 The New York Stock Exchange, NYSE and The National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation, NASDAQ, have very few similarities. Both try to increase the liquidity on the exchange and provide more fluid and efficient trading. Both markets also accommodate the major portion of the trading in North America. Aside from similarities, there are differences. Only NYSE Euro compares to the NYSE. Like the NYSE, it has multiple platforms designed for all your trading needs. NYSE is an auction based market while NASDAQ is the world’s largest cash equalities market, trading more than one-third of the world’s cash equality volume using computers to block anonymous trading. NASDAQ is and has always been strictly electronically traded. The NYSE has the well known industrial average, Dow Jones, as its primary index, while NASDAQ has NASDAQ 100 as its primary index. NASDAQ uses four letter abbreviations NYSE uses One, Two and Three lettered
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