NYX 360: 14 January, 2011

American Assets Trust shares rise in NYSE debut (AP/ABC).  Separately: Pacific Office Properties called off plans for an offering, a reverse stock split and a transfer of its shares to NYSE (Bloomberg)

ETF Securities introducing a new gold ETF on NYSE Arca (The Street).  Separately, Vanguard pulls plans to launch three muni ETFs, citing extreme volatility in the securities. (WSJ)

Online Coupon site Groupon and Internet radio company Pandora exploring plans for IPOs, sources say (Reuters)

Algorithmic trading, market structure and tail risk (Felix Salmon: Reuters, NPR, Wired)

Mentor-mentee pairs from iMentor share perspectives on ringing the NYSE bell (iMentor)

CFTC proposes sweeping rules to curb speculation in raw materials including oil, gold and wheat (FT)

On this day in 1760, Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton issued his "Report for the Support of the Public Credit," proposing to pay the national debt through the sale of government bonds. (NYX