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This article is copied and pasted from the SEC's website. If it isn't paraphrased, shouldn't it be put in quotes? --Evan 11:26, 2 May 2005 (UTC)
Note: some of this article seems to have been copied from the SEC website. This contents of this site can be freely copied so there has been no copyright violation. S Sepp 17:54, 19 May 2006 (UTC)
- Is this still true? If so, we need to put the source to avoid plagiarism. Superm401 - Talk 10:02, 27 December 2008 (UTC)
- Archipelago was bought by the NYSE in 2005, in the same transaction that led the NYSE to demutualize and become a public company. Archipelago is now the NYSE's primary U.S. electronic exchange. This is a press release announcing the vote on the merger. Epstein's Mother 23:13, 22 September 2007 (UTC)
Are there any sources that can be cited to confirm that "one mils is not one millicent or 1 thousandth of a cent but one hundredth of a cent and therefore: 1 mils = $0.0001, and 29.5 mils = $0.00295" ? Research is contradictory. Some trading websites seem to confirm this, yet most attributable references are to 1 mil = 1 thousandth of a dollar (or of a pound), or 1/10th of a cent. Including http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mill_(currency) or the ancient http://books.google.ca/books?id=CEcDAAAAQAAJ . Something explicitly explaining the discrepancy will be useful. Goodeed (talk) 14:41, 24 May 2013 (UTC)
Merge Electronic Negotiation into Electronic Communication network
Someone put a merge tag on Electronic Negotiation back in 2008 and never created a discussion topic on it. The tag raises a couple of burning questions: 1) Are two articles describing the same thing? 2) Is this what people were blaming for that crazy stock market day a couple months ago? 3) Should these articles be merged? and 4) Will I go bald when I get older?
Please provide comment to answer the first three of those questions after the beep.