NYX 360: 14 July, 2011

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NYSE Liffe U.S. sees massive uptick in customer participation – Business Insider



It’s not easy, being a financial adviser – Felix Salmon



Playing ostrich over high-frequency trading not an option – Larry Tabb/FT



Meanwhile, high-frequency trading faces headwinds – FT Trading Room



Precidian Funds launches first U.S.-listed Nikkei 225 ETF on NYSE Arca – Index Universe



Tuto4PC.com Group lists On NYSE Alternext - NYX



Oiltanking Partners' Deal Attracting Demand This Week - WSJ



Oil giant ConocoPhillips plans to split into 2 publicly traded companies – USA Today



Union Agriculture Estimates IPO Terms At 14.3M Shares, $13-15 Each - WSJ



Apollo Residential Mortgage to offer 10 million shares in IPO - WSJ



Elsewhere on the Exchanges blog:



On The Green with Duane Reade



Ahead of the Bell: Market Up



Markets Higher, Closing News 7/13/11



NYSE Amex Options Celebrates Sale of Equity Stake



Duane Reade Flagship Store on 40 Wall Street Opens



“The note of hope is the only note that can help us or save us from falling to the bottom of the heap of evolution, because, largely, about all a human being is, anyway, is just a hoping machine, a working machine, and any song that says, the pleasures I have seen in all of my trouble, are the things I never can get — don't worry — the human race will sing this way as long as there is a human to race.” – Woody Guthrie (pictured), born on this date in 1912

 

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