NYX 360: 30 March, 2011

Apollo IPO prices high, sells more than expected (WSJ)

Qihoo tops Chinese IPOs in U.S. this year (WSJ)

Ellie Mae’s IPO priced between $9-$11 per share (National Mortgage News)

It took 18 years for ETF assets to reach $1 trillion; it will take only three more years to reach $2 trillion (Securities Technology Monitor)

List of Nasdaq issues in which NYSE Amex is at the best price 90% of the time or more (NYX)

Toni Braxton, Suzanne and Bob Wright to kick off World Autism Day at NYSE (NYX)

Scenes from a trading floor (AP/Christian Science Monitor)

From NYSE to Bernardsville: the house that George B. Post built (WSJ)

Brazil’s love of equity (Felix Salmon/Reuters)

On the NYSE Exchange blog: New developments for the Durbin amendment (Ali O'Rourke, NYSE Exchanges)

On this day in 1981, President Ronald Reagan was shot in an assassination attempt; as the news reached the trading floor, NYSE closed at 3:17 p.m. (NYX)