NYX 360: 6 September 2011

Joseph P. Kennedy Sr.

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Back after a two-week vacation. Did I miss anything?  Heard something about an earthquake.  And a hurricane.  And…

NYSE opens for business after Irene — CNBC, WSJ

-- Prep ahead of Irene ensured Monday opening– AP

-- NYSE Euronext data center weathers the hurricane (and hosts a cloud) -- Computerworld

-- Scenes from a trading floor – sandbags at the NYSE door -- AP

Earthquake hits U.S. east coast, NYSE keeps trading – AP

Doreen Mogavero: Buy side increasingly looking to NYSE trading floor for market intelligence -- Traders

NYSE Liffe U.S. builds market share in Eurodollar futures –Marco Bianchi/Exchanges

NativeOne celebrates: first Native American-owned NYSE member firm – Native One, NYX

NYSE goes from also-ran to first place in race for tech IPOs – Institutional Investor/Business Insider

IPO market will revive slowly – WSJ

Sanchez Energy files for $150 million IPO – Reuters

Wall Street is unrecognizable now, and not just because of 9/11 --WSJ

Why taxes on high-speed trading won’t work -- WSJ

EU may force clearing-house rivals to share trade data - Bloomberg

NYSE Euronext completes acquisition of Metabit -- NYX

NYSE Euronext builds cloud with a difference – ZDnet, Feargal O’Sullivan

Keynote video from VMWorld 2011 – YouTube

Institutional investors either love dark pools or hate them – The Economist

Students become inspiring entrepreneurs, compete for world finals at NYSE -- APN

Born on this date in 1888: Joseph P. Kennedy (pictured), first chairman of the SEC-- NYT

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