Regional Stock Exchange
A stock exchange that is not located in a country's financial center. In the United States, any exchange that is located in a city other than New York City is considered a regional exchange. Regional stock exchanges add liquidity and competition to the financial markets by increasing market participation.
Browse by Subjects
Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX)
Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX)
Boston Stock Exchange (BSE)
Pacific Stock Exchange (PCX)
See All Related Terms »

spot rate
spot cash
specialist display book
notional income
CVP analysis