The NYSE Euronext Regulation section gathers the Rules issued by Euronext as market operator to frame the organization of the European markets of NYSE Euronext.
NYSE Euronext is a U.S. holding company.
In the U.S., NYSE Euronext operates the following securities exchanges: New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), NYSE Arca, Inc. (NYSE Arca) and NYSE Alternext US LLC (NYSE MKT); it also operates a futures exchange (NYSE Liffe US) through its subsidiaries.
In Europe, NYSE Euronext operates securities and derivatives markets through the market operators Euronext Amsterdam N.V., Euronext Brussels S.A./N.V., Euronext Lisbon S.A., Euronext Paris S.A. and LIFFE Administration and Management Ltd.
NYSE Euronext is a global provider of products, software and technology services relating to the listing and trading of securities and the implementation of market data. NYSE Euronext was formed 4 April 2007, with the combination of NYSE Group (which was formed in connection with the 7 March 2006 merger of NYSE and Archipelago) and Euronext.
Upon consummation of this combination, NYSE Euronext became the parent company of NYSE Group and Euronext and each of their respective subsidiaries.
NYSE Euronext is a listed company. Its common stock is dually listed on NYSE and Euronext Paris under the symbol 'NYX'.
An overview of the Market Operators and National Regulators of Euronext Amsterdam, Euronext Brussels, Euronext Lisbon, Euronext Paris, and LIFFE Administration and Management. More
NYSE Euronext’s European market operators hold licenses for operating regulated securities markets (referred to in the Euronext Rule Book as the Euronext Securities Markets) in Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon, London and Paris. More