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The New York Stock Exchange has two sets of listing standards for international companies: domestic standards and worldwide standards. Regardless of which standard is used, an international company must have a minimum share price of $4 at time of listing.Reports & Documentation »
Listings standards, documents, and monthly trading reports for non-U.S. stocksAdditional Resources »
Key participants and materials for international listings
|Region||% listed||NYSE listings||Total Value|
|Canada||94%||120||$1.3 T MV|
|United States||63%||1729||$20.47 T MV|
|Latin America||91%||115||$952 B MV|
|Europe||88%||156||$4.43 T MV|
|Africa||99%||7||$33.5 B MV|
There are certain rules and regulations that apply to publicly listed companies based in the U.S., and not to foreign private issuers. International companies do not have to meet the following requirements:
119% of liquidity is executed on the NYSE vs. 15% on NASDAQ OMX, 9% on LSE, 2% on Euronext, and 55% on 60 combined, remaining exchanges comprising the World Federation of Exchanges.
2 2012 JOBS Act and acceptance of IFRS provided for regulatory and financial reporting relief; Non-US companies can follow home country governance practices; and Sarbanes-Oxley Act less onerous to comply with
3 90% by market cap