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Michael Blaugrund

Chief Operating Officer, NYSE Group 

Blaugrund is responsible for NYSE’s equity and options trading businesses, including the New York Stock Exchange, NYSE American, NYSE Arca and NYSE National exchanges. Additionally, he oversees the NYSE/FINRA Trade Reporting Facility and NYSE Bonds fixed income exchange.

Blaugrund holds a B.A. in government from Harvard University. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).

Steven Poser

Director, Research, NYSE

Poser provides detailed analysis and insight into current equity and options market issues including regulation, market composition and structure.

Poser holds a B.A in Mathematics and Computer Science from NYU, a MBA in Business Economics from Pace University and a post-MBA Certificate in Finance from NYU Stern School of Business.

Kevin Tyrrell

Head of Equities Strategy and Research, NYSE

Tyrell leads a team of professionals responsible for delivering market analysis, insights and actionable solutions for NYSE’s transactions clients across options and equities.

Kevin holds a B.A in International Affairs from The George Washington University and MBA, Quantitative Finance from NYU Stern School of Business

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March 30

Buyers and Sellers Meeting Earlier in the NYSE Opening Auction »

The boost in retail trading activity which began during pandemic lockdowns in spring 2020 continues today. This trend has impacted various market behaviors, including opening auctions.

March 10

NYSE Group Handles Record Message Volume »

Volatility has roared back into the market in March. In contrast to the bleak outlook and dramatic price declines in March 2020, this month has shown decidedly two-way markets with a heavy influence from widely held tech stocks.

March 8

A Deeper Dive into the NYSE Group Retail Liquidity Programs »

We recently discussed the ways in which exchanges can compete for retail order flow, including price improvement opportunities via their Retail Price Improvement (RLP) programs. In this post, we share additional details of RLP activity, using the last week in January as a case study for RLP activity in active stocks with substantial off-exchange trading interest. We also highlight the overall depth of the NYSE Group RLP program.

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