National Stock Exchange (NSX)
A Regional Stock Exchange founded in 1885 as the Cincinnati stock exchange. In 1980 the exchange closed its trading floor and became the first all-electronic stock exchange and subsequently moved its operations to Chicago. In 2003, it changed its name to the National Stock Exchange. On the Web at

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