New York STock Exchange

Should You Check In to Hilton's IPO?

Hilton Worldwide Holdings brought the familiar brand back to the stock market with an IPO Wednesday. Should you book a stock purchase, or have reservations?

Stocks Tumble as Fiscal Cliff Deadline Nears

Stocks fell for a fifth day on concern that Washington lawmakers will fail to reach a budget deal before a self-imposed year-end deadline. The five-day losing streak for the Dow Jones industrial average was the longest since July.

The NYSE Goes on ICE: Stock Exchange in Acquisition Deal

IntercontinentalExchange announced this morning that it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire NYSE Euronext Inc. in a stock and cash transaction valued at $33.12 per NYSE Euronext share, a premium of nearly 38% to last night's closing price. The total value of the deal is $8.2 billion.

New Tax Credit Exchange Sheds Light in a Dark Economic Corner

Many state and local governments offer businesses tax credits to give them an incentive to create jobs. A good deal -- unless your company's tax bill is already too low for tax credits to help. Enter, the new Online Incentives Exchange -- a place where companies can turn those credits into cash.

Wall Street Back in Business After Hurricane Sandy Shutdown

The New York Stock Exchange opened on Wednesday -- because it had to open. In a bit of welcome news for fund managers, investors and even the economy, the company that operates the iconic exchange at 11 Wall Street announced it would not extend its trading shutdown to a third day.

Wall Street Watch Tuesday: Sandy Wreaks Havoc

With Hurricane Sandy approaching landfall in the Northeast, the major stock exchanges didn't want to take chances. There were no stock orders executed on Monday. There will be no trading on Tuesday, either.

Hurricane Sandy Leads Companies to Postpone Earnings Reports

A number of major U.S. companies postponed quarterly earnings reports Monday as Hurricane Sandy bore down on the East Coast and financial markets were closed: Among the biggies waiting until the rain stops: Pfizer, Thomson Reuters, NRG Energy, and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.

Hurricane Sandy Closes All U.S. Stock Exchanges

The New York Stock Exchange will close its trading floor Monday as Hurricane Sandy barrels its way up the Northeast, but Big Board trading will continue electronically. NYSE Euronext said Sunday it is putting in place its contingency plans beginning Monday and will announce later when the trading floor will reopen.

Realogy Soars in 1st Day of Trading on NYSE

Shares of real estate services provider Realogy, whose brands Century 21, Coldwell Banker and The Corcoran Group, soared more than 22 percent in their first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange.

Occupy Wall Street Marks Anniversary with NYSE Protest

A few hundred Occupy Wall Street activists gathered in New York's financial district on Monday but police kept them well back from the New York Stock Exchange, which they had threatened to surround as part of a day of protests marking the movement's one-year anniversary.

NYSE Paying $5 Million Fine to Settle Charges on Data

The New York Stock Exchange is paying $5 million to settle federal civil charges that it gave some customers an unfair head start by providing them with trading data ahead of the wider public. It marked the first time the Securities and Exchange Commission ever imposed a fine on an exchange.

Stocks Fall as Consumer Spending Fails to Impress

Stocks gave ground Thursday as investors were underwhelmed by news of higher consumer spending. By late morning, the Dow Jones industrial average was down 92 points to 13,015. The Standard & Poor's 500 fell 10 to 1,400. The Nasdaq slipped 28 to 3,053.

S&P Touches Highest Level Since 2008, Then Falls

The Standard & Poor's 500 index is closing lower after hitting a four-year high. The S&P 500 lost five points to close at 1,413. The index had climbed to 1,426 in morning trading, its highest since May 19, 2008.

Beleaguered Knight Capital Gets a $400 Million Financing Lifeline

Knight Capital says investors have agreed to supply it with $400 million in financing, which would help the trading firm stay in business after last week's disastrous software glitch that shook stock trading across the market, cost the firm $440 million, and jeopardized its future.