National Stock Exchange (NSX), New Jersey
The National Stock Exchange (NSX) is an electronic stock exchange based in Jersey City, New Jersey. It was founded March 1885 in Cincinnati, Ohio, as the Cincinnati Stock Exchange.
In 1995, it relocated headquarters to Chicago, Illinois, and it was renamed the National Stock Exchange in 2003. After demutualizing in 2006, it moved headquarters to Jersey City. In 2011, CBOE Stock Exchange obtained the National Stock Exchange, with both exchanges running under separate names. The NSX stopped trading procedures on February 1, 2017, when it was gotten by the New York Stock Exchange, with plans to re-open trading at an unidentified time.
The New York Stock Exchange announced it has actually become part of an arrangement to acquire the NSX, based on Securities as well as Exchange Commission (SEC) authorization. The NSX discontinued trading procedures on February 1, 2017. NYSE prepares to bring it back on its brand-new trading system Pillar, time in the distant future.
NSX was to be renamed “NYSE National” as a result of the procurement by NYSE.
On January 12, 2018 an SEC filing for policy adjustments was made to sustain re-activation of NYSE National, Inc. in the second quarter of 2018 (on the Pillar trading system as formerly noted).