National Stock Exchange

What is ‘National Stock Exchange’

The first stock exchange in America that was completely electronically automated. All members of the exchange are registered broker-dealers. This exchange created the National Securities Trading System (NSTS), which performs all auction market tasks on an automated basis.

Explaining ‘National Stock Exchange’

The National Stock Exchange was originally founded in Cincinnati in 1885. It was formerly known as the Cincinnati Stock Exchange, but moved to Chicago in 1995 and changed its name in 2003. The National Stock Exchange can also refer to stock in India or Australia.

Further Reading

  • Day of the week effect and market efficiency-evidence from Indian equity market using high frequency data of national stock exchange – [PDF]
  • Information transmission between small and large stocks in the National Stock Exchange in India: An empirical study – [PDF]
  • Discrete wavelet transform-based prediction of stock index: A study on national stock exchange fifty index – [PDF]
  • Calendar anomalies in National stock exchange indices – [PDF]
  • Determinants of IPO underpricing in the National Stock Exchange of India – [PDF]
  • Investor behaviour and herding: evidence from the national stock exchange in India – [PDF]
  • Commonality in liquidity: Evidence from India's national stock exchange – [PDF]
  • Stock exchange governance and market quality – [PDF]
  • Causal Nexus Between Stock Market Return and Selected Macroeconomic Variables in India: Evidence from the National Stock Exchange (NSE). – [PDF]