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NYSE Releases OpenBook Analytic Database: Valuable Research Tool Brings Customers Historical Data For The First Time

Date 16/05/2002

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) today launches NYSE OpenBook Database, which will provide historical data with respect to NYSE limit orders. NYSE OpenBook Database is a valuable research and reference tool for professionals who require the depth of data that NYSE OpenBookSM delivers without the need for real-time updates.

The new product provides a complete historical view of all the previous day's NYSE OpenBook activity and up to one year in history. NYSE OpenBook Database also features a tool for analyzing changes to the limit-order book over a period of time. Data is available through a file transfer or Web site interface via subscription.

This new product is an extension of NYSE OpenBook, which delivers real-time aggregate volume for all bid and offer limit-order prices for each NYSE-traded stock. NYSE OpenBook Database is the newest addition to the suite of Network NYSESM products and services.

Network NYSE also includes NYSE MarkeTracSM as well as a number of order-execution services that include NYSE Direct+®, Institutional XpressSM, NYSE e-BrokerTM and NYSE CAPSM, a high-bandwidth extranet network. With each new Network NYSE product, the NYSE offers customers an ever-widening array of order execution choices and information resources, bringing customers closer to the NYSE point of sale.

More information on NYSE OpenBook Database's technical details can be found at www.nysedata.com.