NYX 360: 25 March, 2011

GlobalX plans auto and farming ETFs (IndexUniverse)

How the financial crisis changed family finances (Federal Reserve Board)

NYSE Amex now trading 625 Nasdaq-listed issues; here’s the complete list (NYX)

On the NYSE Exchanges blog: NYSE Liffe U.S. Interest Rate Futures: Another Day, Another Milestone!

German retail brokerages still can't access multi-lateral trading facilities. (FT Trading Room)

The only NYSE stock to gain every year for the last decade (CNBC)

Our Clarke Camper on SEC and CFTC funding, Dodd-Frank implementation, the federal budget and the lack of bipartisanship (NYX video)

Swap-trade platforms spurred by Dodd-Frank considered by CBOE, NYSE Euronext (Bloomberg)

Who’s regulating whom in the financial world (Washington Post)

Margin debt at highest level since 2008 crisis (WSJ)  Short interest falls on NYSE in first half of March (Reuters)

Headline of the day: So Long, Saleh (FT Alphaville)

Why you should put a trading desk in the middle of the Atlantic, or possibly, Newfoundland (PhysOrg)