The NYSE is synonymous with global finance. It’s the world’s most trusted equities exchange, with a market model designed to deliver optimal market quality to large corporates and investors. The NYSE is the only exchange with a unique model which combines state-of-the-art technology with a human being at the point of sale — which together delivers the lowest levels of volatility and deepest pool of liquidity. During global events, turmoil and volatility, investors turn to the NYSE.
The New York Stock Exchange has been the premier exchange of choice for innovators, visionaries, and leaders for over 225 years. As the #1 global listing exchange* and at the heart of the capital markets, the NYSE’s unique market model, unmatched network, brand visibility and core services help companies access capital and navigate global markets.
Our Market Model »
NYSE uses a time-tested combination of human judgment and technology to provide the best markets for listed companies and investors.
Our Network »
We boast the largest network of the Dow, S&P 500 and Fortune 100 companies.
Brand Visibility »
Offering unparalleled opportunity for listed companies to amplify their Brand thorough our portfolio of marketing, media, event, social and digital assets.
NYSE Services »
Best in class services to help you navigate the capital markets and gain insights into your company, your industry and your peers financial performance.
Source: NYSE Internal Database and Consolidated Tape Statistics, June 30, 2021
Data includes top 10 exchanges in all categories
Includes NYSE Listed Securities only
Small-, medium- and large-cap companies alike are able to generate capital for expansion, growth and innovation at NYSE. Through the strategic combination of our different markets, we're able to support companies across the spectrum - from younger, high-growth businesses to blue-chip firms.
Designed to provide investors easy access to transparent pricing and trading information in today's debt market, the NYSE bond market structure offers corporate bonds including convertibles, corporate bonds, foreign debt instruments, foreign issuer bonds, non-U.S. currency denominated bonds and zero coupon bonds, as well as municipal bonds including general obligation and revenue bonds.