NYSE Resumes Trading on Two Markets After Hours-Long Halt
The New York Stock Exchange began reopening its two equity venues that were shut down for hours Wednesday by a computer malfunction.
New York Stock Exchange Suspends Trading
Equity trading was halted at the NYSE as the biggest American share venue addressed a computer malfunction and canceled open orders.
Top Portfolio Products: SSGA, Fidelity & Direxion Launch New ETFs
Meanwhile, Vertical Capital rolls out an MLP fund in cooperation with MAI Capital.
FINRA at 5 Years: Highlighting 7 Areas of Action
Quite a bit has happened in those five years: billion-dollar frauds, a flash crash exposing major volatility issues and a bill supporting FINRA as advisors' SRO, to name a few developments.
Edelman Financial to Be Sold to Private Equity Group
The well-known—and controversial—advisor, radio and television personality Ric Edelman announced Monday that his Edelman Financial Group had entered into a merger agreement with Lee Equity Partners.
New Hire Roundup: Murphy New FSC President/CEO; MSRB Taps New Officers, Board
This week in new hires, FSC named Jerry Murphy its new president and CEO, while MSRB announced new officers and members of its board.
FSC Names Jerry Murphy New President and CEO
Atlanta-based FSC Securities Corp., one of Advisor Group’s three independent broker-dealers, said it named Jerry Murphy as its new president and CEO on Monday.
Credit Suisse to Offer Platform That Discourages High Frequency Trading
First U.S. electronic communications network to be started in five years.
Markets, LPL Trade Up Slightly for Day, Week
IPOs rise for a second day and other shares recover after falling 1.6% on Wednesday. LPL Financial moved up on its second day of trading by 1.46% to 32.60.
FINRA to Assume Oversight of NYSE Euronext Markets
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) will assume surveillance and enforcement functions for NYSE Euronext's three U.S. equities and options markets in an agreement announced June 14.