Star-Spangled Exchanges: IT Projects in 2016

As new exchanges enter the market, established bourses need to evolve in order to survive.

New York Stock Exchange

The year 2016 is one of new development for US exchanges. The markets were choppy in 2015, with investors grappling with the volatility coming out of China, and, of course, there are ever-increasing regulatory demands being placed on every financial institution—exchanges, banks and asset managers, alike.

As the US capital markets become more congested and the 12th stock exchange—the National Stock Exchange—enters the arena, with others, namely IEX, waiting in the wings, technology will go some

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