Column: Electronic trading hurts NYSE-listed companies

05/17/2007 | MarketWatch

As the New York Stock Exchange becomes more automated, companies listed on the exchange are missing out on information and stabilization, writes David Weidner for MarketWatch. Some companies are rethinking going with the NYSE because they are disappointed with what they get from the trading floor, according to Patrick Healy, who heads a company that consults firms interested in listing on an exchange.

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