In 2022, the NYSE cemented its reputation as a place where icons and disruptors convene. From high fashion to electric motorcycles, from racecars to world leaders, here is a look back at the year that was.
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The NYSE is the world’s largest stock exchange, offering icons and entrepreneurs the opportunity to raise capital and change the world. Our listed companies form a powerful community committed to good governance and societal impact. Industry-leading trading technology, combined with the guidance of experienced traders creates higher market quality for NYSE-market participants
Michael Reinking, CFA
Sr. Market Strategist
Last week despite all the banking related concerns major US indices ended in positive territory with the S&P 500 up 1.4%. The weakness in financials did spread to more economically sensitive sectors last week however, the perceived “defensive” qualities in the mega-cap tech names helped the NYSE FANG+ index end the week higher by ~9%. It was another very busy weekend of headlines coming out of the financial sector. There was an initial relief rally after the Credit Suisse/UBS tie up but that quickly faded after the European open as the banks came under significant pressure which was partially related to the treatment of AT1 bonds (Additional Tier 1), aka CoCos, in the CS transaction. These securities will be written down to zero while the equity is maintaining some value a surprise change in the typical capital structure hierarchy.
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CNBC announced the tenth annual CNBC Disruptor 50, a ranked list of fast-growing, innovative private startups harnessing breakthrough technology to develop novel business models and inspire change in public incumbents. The companies included on this year’s list take aim at a wide range of solutions to big societal problems – from untangling supply chains to controlling carbon emissions to democratizing access to financial services and improving health outcomes for vulnerable populations.
The NYSE is excited to see more from these companies as they progress on their journeys.
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As the years tick by, the NYSE drives ever forward, demonstrating that a long-established organization can both honor its roots and embrace the future, including all the value that technology can bring.
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The NYSE community of listed companies is a collection of icons and disruptors that have committed to the highest standards as they strive to make an outsized impact for their investors, employees and society at large.
During 2021, the NYSE completed a second-straight year of record new listings, including four of the five largest IPOs of the year, increasing the size and breadth of its community of listed companies and adding over $1 trillion in new market capitalization to the world’s largest stock exchange.
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