Disclosure of Order Execution
NOTE: As of October 8, 2015 at 4:40 PM, please note that NYSE has replaced the July 2015 Rule 605 statistics after discovering the file was incomplete.
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The Securities and Exchange Commission’s Rule 605 (formerly 11Ac1-5) mandates that stock exchanges, dealers, and other market centers provide selected data on selected order executions.
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Please note that this information may not be directly comparable to data displayed by other market centersdueto 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 many criteria that encompass a cost-effective order routing strategy.
Due to the elimination of NYSE Program Trading account type indicators, as well as other account type indicators, the NYSE will no longer publish weekly program trading reports. Historical data will be available on this site for prior reports, with the last report published on Thursday May 5th, recapping activity for the week of April 25th. A link to the full notice on account type indicator reduction is available below.