Disclosure of Order Executions

NOTE: As of March 13, 2018 at 11:50 a.m., please note that NYSE has replaced the January 2018 Rule 605 statistics after discovering some inaccuracies in the data.

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The Securities and Exchange Commission's Rule 605 (formerly 11Ac1-5) requires stock exchanges, dealers, and other market centers to provide selected data on selected order executions.

Monthly Statistics

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Please note that this information may not be directly comparable to data displayed by other market centers due to differences in market structures and computation methods. SEC-required data does not account for quoted depth in spread calculations, the economic impact of order flow payment on brokerage customers,the costs of institutional trading, or the cost of institutional trading or order flow payment to brokerage customers.

Rule 605

Due to a reported CTA issue on August 12, 2019, NYSE has also calculated Rule 605 statistics for August 2019 to exclude data for August 12, 2019