NYX 360: 10 December, 2010

Scott Cutler on Chinese listings: Beginning of long growth cycle (FT)

Guggenheim to launch high-yield ETF (EMII)

Tighter band is needed for US trading curbs, NYSE says (Bloomberg)

SEC considering "error trade" function for disruptive algos (Trading Room/FT)

SEC cuts cost of proposed audit trail in half (Securities Technology Monitor/On Wall Street)

Youku's cool video of its own listing (Youku)

GETCO hires NYSE Euronext U.S. options chief as exchange liaison (Reuters, FT)
I thank and will miss Ed, and wish him the best; and I'm confident that Amy, Paul and Steve will continue to move this business forward.

NYSE short interest dips in late November (Reuters)

SEC, CFTC wrestle with getting Dodd-Frank implemented (FT)

On this day in 1973, NYSE put up its Christmas tree on Broad Street but left it unlit because of the energy crisis. (NYX)