All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘New York Stock Exchange’

Twitter Will Officially Trade As ‘TWTR’ On NYSE

Well, it’s official. Twitter will be traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol “TWTR”. Twitter expressed its intent to list under TWTR, but on Tuesday, the company filed new SEC documentation affirming it. Twitter says in the filing: Oxley Act, and the listing standards of the New York Stock Exchange. We expect that the requirements of …

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Twitter Is Reportedly Going With NYSE For IPO

When Twitter goes public, it will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange. That’s the word from The Street, which cites sources close to the situation. Twitter peer/rival Facebook listed on the NASDAQ, home of Google, Apple, Microsoft and Amazon, to name a few of the industry giants. Twitter, however, will be joining the likes of LinkedIn, Pandora and …

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Stocks Halted as Hurricane Sandy Hurtles Toward New York

Major stock trading is halted today as fears about Hurricane Sandy continue to shut down nearly the entire Northeastern U.S. Both the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and NASDAQ have announced their U.S. stock exchanges will be closed today, and possibly Tuesday. NASDAQ stated this weekend that the decision to close was made through a consultation with other U.S. exchanges, …

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Yelp IPO Is Here: Trading At $22 Per Share

The Yelp IPO is here and trading at $22 per share! There’s 7.1 million shares being offered in an effort to raise over $106 million. Look for it under the ticker, “YELP” on the New York Stock Exchange. Originally priced at $15 per share, the price is increasing quickly! You can expect something will have to change at Yelp in …

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