NYSE Opens New Blue Room; Expands Floor Trading By 23%

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The New York Stock Exchange's expanded floor trading facility, known as the blue room, is being positioned as part of the solution to problems faced by the exchange during its first 600 million share day.

The room was officially introduced to the press last week by Richard Grasso, executive vice president, capital markets at the NYSE. The facility expands floor trading space by 23 percent, houses eleven specialist firms, and will handle trading in 339 listed stocks.

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