NYX 360: 17 March, 2011

Starting next week, U.S. interest-rate-futures traders get something new: choice (Reuters)

Our U.S. futures market to introduce more efficient trade processing (Dow Jones)

New York Portfolio Clearing names first 10 members; more on way (NYXFTSecurities Technology Monitor)

Chinese mobile security provider NetQin files for NYSE IPO (Marbridge)

On the NYSE Exchanges blog: Washington Responds to Nuclear Crisis in JapanColombian Companies Seek Listings

In times of tragedy, financial world needs to be more sensitive in how it discusses the situation (David Weidner/MarketWatch)

Scenes from a trading floor (Reuters)

On this day in 1938, formerNYSE president Richard Whitney was expelled from membership following the discovery that he had misappropriated his customers' funds. He served a 3-year prison term at Sing Sing. (NYX)