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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