North American Stock Exchanges

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is one of the most prestigious exchanges in North America. The NYSE is operated by NYSE Euronext, which was formed by the combination of NYSE Group, Inc. and Euronext N.V. It brought together major marketplaces across Europe and the United States. The combination was by far the largest of its kind and the first to create a truly global marketplace group.

The Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX) is one of the largest exchanges in North America. It operates a fully electronic Matching System and provides routing to CHX Institutional Brokers and off-Exchange market makers.

The Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) is the largest stock exchange in Canada and the third largest in North America by market capitalization. It was established in 1852, providing senior issuers with efficient access to public equity, liquidity for existing and new investors, and the prestige and market exposure associated with being listed on a world-class marketplace.

List of major stock exchanges in North America:
- Mexican Stock Exchange, Mexico
- Alberta Stock Exchange, Canada
- Canadian Stock Market Reports, Canada
- Canada Stockwatch, Canada
- Montreal Stock Exchange, Canada
- Toronto Stock Exchange, Canada
- Vancouver Stock Exchange, Canada
- Winnipeg Stock Exchange, Canada
- AMEX, USA
- The Arizona Stock Exchange, USA
- Chicago Stock Exchange, USA
- Chicago Board Options Exchange, USA
- Chicago Board of Trade, USA
- Chicago Mercantile Exchange, USA
- Kansas City Board of Trade, USA
- Minneapolis Grain Exchange, USA
- NYSE, USA
- NASDAQ, USA
- Pacific Stock Exchange, USA
- Philadelphia Stock Exchange, USA

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