The robust NYSE markets are home to a diverse set of listed companies, traders and brokers around the world. We use all-electronic, block, anonymous, and hybrid trading models to support our different communities, which has resulted in more than a third of the world's cash equity trade volume being routed through us. Our global trading platform is designed to fluidly match orders across all product types including equities, options, ETPs and bonds, and is the most liquid trading venue in the world for equities products.


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.

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Through a dual options market structure, traders and brokers have choice and flexibility that comes from a mixture of electronic trading and open outcry interaction. The NYSE American Options pro-rata, customer priority model encourages deep liquidity, while the NYSE Arca Options price-time priority model provides enhanced throughput and encourages market makers to provide investors with the best possible price.

Options Types Offered

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Exchange-Traded Products

Exchange-traded products, which include exchange-traded funds (ETFs), exchange-traded notes (ETNs) and exchange-traded vehicles (ETVs), are one of the fastest growing investment products in the world, combining the simplicity of stocks with the diversified risk of mutual funds. As of June 2019, NYSE Arca’s listed ETPs had over $3 trillion in assets under management (AUM), representing over 78% of all U.S. listed exchange-traded products (ETPs).

Exchange-Traded Products Offered

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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.

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